New Arizona child support laws and guidelines were adopted by the Arizona Supreme Court on June 1, 2011. These guidelines are designed to follow state statutes A.R.S §25-320 and federal regulations. The guidelines use the Income Shares Model which, in part, seeks to ensure that how child support is calculated is consistent and the amount provided for a child represents the amount of money that would have been spent on the child had the parents remained together.
Commonly-asked questions regarding Child Support in Arizona:
- Who gets Child Support in Arizona?
- How is Child Support Awarded in Arizona?
- How is Child Support Calculated in Arizona?
- How do I make Child Support Payments in Arizona?
- How does Child Support Enforcement work in Arizona?
- How do I collect Back Child Support in Arizona?
- How can I get a Child Support Modification?
- Can Child Support be Terminated in Arizona?
- Do I have to pay child support if I have joint custody?
- How does bankruptcy affect child support payments?