Arizona Child Support Calculator

Child Support Calculator in Arizona

Arizona Child Support Calculator.

Arizona Child Support Calculator.

Are you looking for the new 2015 Arizona child support calculator? You need to know that the new version of the Arizona Child Support Guidelines took effect August 1, 2015. You can find the new Arizona Child Support Calculator by clicking the image above.

The new Arizona child support guidelines with applies to all new orders issued after August 1, 2015, as well as to Arizona child support orders issued before August 1, 2015, if a party seeks to modify those prior orders.

How to Calculate Child Support in Arizona

You should gather all of the documentation you will need before using the official Arizona child support calculator. For example, you need the gross annual income of both parties. Many things are considered “income” to calculate child

Arizona Child Support Calculator.

support. “Income” under the child support guidelines is much different than what the IRS defines income for income tax purposes. For example, bonuses, stock options, and regular and recurring gifts, just to name a few, may be added to a person’s gross income from employment to calculate child support.

Child Support Calculator in Arizona.

Child Support Calculator in Arizona.

You will also need to know if either parent is supporting other children from another relationship as a figure will be used in the calculator to offset an amount from that parent’s income. You will also need to input whether either spouse is paying spousal maintenance and include that figure in the worksheet. Again, the parents paying alimony will have their income reduced by the amount of those spousal support payments. Conversely, the spouse receiving spousal maintenance will have that figure added to their earnings. You will then need to add in the cost of providing health insurance and daycare for the children.

Lastly, you would need to know how many days the other parent spends with the children. The exercise of parenting time decreases the primary custodial parent’s cost of supporting the children because some of those expenses are not incurred when they are with the other parent.

You should contact one of our experienced Scottsdale and Phoenix Arizona child support attorneys at Hildebrand Law, PC by calling us at (480)305-8300.