PHOENIX FAMILY LAW BLOG
CAN THE FEDS COME AFTER ME FOR FAILURE TO PAY CHILD SUPPORT?
Under Arizona law, both parents of a child are required to look after the child’s health and welfare regardless of whether the child lives with either parent. However, in most situations, the child will reside primarily with one parent for the majority of the year. That parent is considered the custodial parent and is usually […]
HOW DOES ARIZONA CHILD SUPPORT COLLECTION WORK?
Sometimes non-custodial parents who have been separated from their child for some time are surprised when they are contacted by the Arizona Department of Child Support Services. However, in Arizona, that contact is generated automatically whenever a custodial parent applies for state assistance through the Arizona Department of Economic Security. That contact can also occur […]
SCHEDULING TOOL WON’T REPLACE ARIZONA CHILD SUPPORT ENFORCEMENT
Organizational skills can be an area in which many Phoenix residents may wish to improve. Having improvement in such skills could lead to individuals being better able to keep up with schedules of important tasks, such as child support payments. Missing this kind of payment can result in serious issues for parents, and child support enforcement may […]
CHILD SUPPORT COLLECTION IN ARIZONA
In regards to child support collection, most custodial parents in Phoenix and all of Arizona know that the child support payments received each month can be very important to help meet the basic needs of a child and family. When a non-custodial parent fails to pay, those who are supposed to receive the child support payments can suffer […]
CHILD SUPPORT COLLECTION/ENFORCEMENT: ENFORCING AND OBJECTING
CHILD SUPPORT COLLECTION/ENFORCEMENT: If you need child support enforcement or collection help or if you need assistance in fighting child support enforcement in Phoenix, Arizona, there are certain facts you should know. Calculating Arizona Child Support PaymentsArizona uses the child support guidelines adopted by the Arizona Supreme Court in order to ensure that a fair share of […]