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Child Support

Child Support in Arizona is determined by the specific guidelines. The court considers both parent's income, the cost for insurance and child care, and who pays for these costs. Even a non-working parent may be ordered to pay child support based on their ability to work. This is done by imputing their income as minimum wage for a full-time job. It is possible for parties to deviate from the child support determination either by agreement or be a showing to the court that a deviation is just and in the best interest of the child. Click here to read through the child support guidelines. 


For more information on how Arizona determines Child Support - read my blog "Factors used to Calculate Child Support in Arizona"


For information on how to collect back child support - read my blog "Collecting Back Child Support in AZ"





Zalena Kersting, Divorce, Family Law, Attorney, Mesa, Gilbert, Chandler, Arizona, Child Support
Zalena Kersting, Divorce, Family Law, Attorney, Mesa, Gilbert, Chandler, Arizona, Child Support