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Modification of Child Support Agreement in Arizona

Posted on : January 12, 2017, By:  Christopher Hildebrand
Modification of Child Support Agreement in Arizona

Modification of Child Support Agreement in Arizona A custodial parent can waive her claim to past due child support. However, the waiver must be proved by clear and compelling evidence. In Ray v. Mangum, 788 P.2d 62 (1989) the Arizona Supreme Court discussed the type of evidence that supports a finding of waiver. Facts and […]

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Modification of Settlement Agreement in Arizona

Posted on : January 11, 2017, By:  Christopher Hildebrand
Modification of Settlement Agreement in Arizona

Modification of Settlement Agreement in Arizona Couples divorcing in Arizona can draw up their own property settlement agreements and parenting plans. The custodial parent¬†may waive child support. Generally the courts approve these plans, but they are not always obligated to enforce them. Must a court enforce a penalty clause in an agreement waiving back child […]

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Suitable Notice for a Child Custody Hearing

Posted on : January 9, 2017, By:  Christopher Hildebrand
Suitable Notice for a Child Custody Hearing

Suitable Notice for a Child Custody Hearing A parent is entitled to receive adequate notice before a hearing on modification of child custody. Failure to provide sufficient notice violates due process rights. What constitutes adequate notice? Is one day notice sufficient to prepare a defense to a petition for modification of custody in Arizona? In […]

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