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Modifying child support in Arizona

Parents in Arizona may benefit from learning more about the state's provisions governing modifications to child support orders. In order to receive a modification, parents are required to prove to a family judge that a significant change in circumstances or living conditions has occurred. The changes warranting modification may concern the affairs of the noncustodial parent, the custodial parent and child or both parties. In certain states, the terms of child support orders are reevaluated by a family judge every few years.

Understanding the penalties for failure to pay child support

Child support in Florida is established after the parents of the child divorce or separate. The child support order can be written for the mother or father of the child. Income for the paying parent is taken into consideration when setting a monetary amount for child support. In many cases, one of the parents is also assigned the responsibility of providing medical insurance for the child in question.

Dealing with divorce with a collaborative approach

Although collaborative law is a somewhat new area of practice in Arizona, it offers divorcing parties the opportunity to work through the issues and reach an agreement without litigation. Both the parties and their lawyers work together in an effort to find a resolution that is acceptable. A collaborative approach may allow the process to be completed efficiently without a third-party making decisions in which neither party has a say.

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