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Drivers License Restrictions for Not Paying Child Support in Arizona

Posted on : May 25, 2017
Drivers License Restrictions For Not Paying Child Support in Arizona.
Drivers License Restriction for Not Paying Child Support in Arizona The Arizona legislature pushed House Bill 2192 as an additional measure to help parents collect overdue child support. That bill was signed into law by Arizona Governor Doug Ducey on April 24, 2017. The new law allows a judge to send a certificate of noncompliance […]

Calculating Income for Child Support Calculations in Arizona

Posted on : May 10, 2017
Calculating Income for Child Support Calculations in Arizona
Calculating Income for Child Support Calculations in Arizona The Arizona Court of Appeals ruled on how the trial court should interpret full-time employment within the Arizona Child Support Guidelines and how to apply the calculation of parent’s income to calculate a child support obligation in McNutt v. McNutt. After Mr. McNutt and Mrs. McNutt began […]

Can a Loan be Included as Income for Child Support in Arizona

Posted on : May 9, 2017
Can a Loan be Included as Income for Child Support in Arizona
Can a Loan be Included as Income for Child Support in Arizona In November of 2016 The Arizona Court of Appeals reviewed and rendered a decision in the case of Sherman v. Sherman. Presiding Judge Peter B. Swann delivered the decision for the Court, in which Judge Lawrence F. Winthrop and Judge Donn Kessler joined. […]

Overpayment of Child Support in Arizona

Posted on : May 9, 2017
Overpayment of Child Support in Arizona
Overpayment of Child Support in Arizona In December of 2016, the Arizona Court of Appeals reviewed and rendered a decision regarding regarding, among other things, what happens when a parent over pays child support in the case of Allen v. Allen. Judge Staring authored the opinion for the Court, in which Presiding Judge Howard and […]

Past Due Support Payments Apply First to Child Support Before Alimony

Posted on : April 20, 2017
Past Due Payments Apply First to Child Support Before Alimony in Arizona
Past Due Support Payments Apply First to Child Support Before Alimony The Arizona Court of Appeals-Division One reviewed and rendered a decision in Durrant v. Durrant. Presiding Judge Kenton D. Jones delivered the decision for the appeals court, in which Judge Randall M. Howe and Judge Donn Kessler joined. Background of the Case Father and […]