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Child Support Cannot Be a Percentage of a Parents Income in Arizona | Voted “Best of The Valley”

Posted on : May 9, 2018
Child Support Cannot Be a Percentage of a Parents Income in Arizona.
Child Support Cannot be a Percentage of a Parent’s Income in Arizona The Short Answer The short answer to whether an Arizona judge may order child support based upon a percentage of a parent’s income is no, an Arizona court cannot simply order a parent to pay a percentage of his or her income for […]

Can an Arizona Divorce Court Allow Service by Email

Posted on : March 20, 2018
Can an Arizona Divorce Court Allow Service by Email?
Can an Arizona Divorce Court Allow Service by Email Arizona Court Allows Service of Divorce Papers by Email The Short Answer What happens when you cannot get divorce papers served on your spouse. The short answer is the court can issue an order allowing you to serve your spouse in any way calculated to ensure […]

Filing a Late Application for Attorney Fees in an Arizona Family Law Case

Posted on : March 13, 2018
FIling a Late Application for Attorney Fees in an Arizona Family Law Case.
Filing a Late Application for Attorney Fees in an Arizona Family Law Case The Short Answer The short answer to the question of what happens when a party in a divorce in Arizona files his or her application for attorney fees late is that the judge still has the discretion to allow it and rule […]

When Can You Modify Child Support in Arizona

Posted on : March 6, 2018
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When Can You Modify Child Support in Arizona The Short Answer The short answer to the question when can you modify child support in Arizona is anytime the child support amount is at least 15% greater or lower than the existing child support order even if there are no other changes to the parents’ income […]

Past Child Support in Arizona

Posted on : March 1, 2018
Past Child Support in Arizona.
Past Child Support in Arizona The Arizona Court of Appeals in a memorandum decision in the case of Wellman vs. Waits had to address the issue of whether a trial court is required to enter an order for past child support when it first establishes a child support obligation. The following is the decision of […]