Phoenix Child Support Attorney
Serving Pinal & Maricopa Counties
The Arizona legislature overhauled child support guidelines in 2011. If
you are establishing child support for the first time or revisiting an
old child support order, it is important that your attorney understands
the new law. We at Arizona Family Law Attorneys can protect your financial
interests and your child's needs, whether you need to determine, modify,
or enforce child support orders.
Why Choose Our Child Support Lawyers?
- We were established in 2010
- We deliver one-on-one, caring service
- We offer flexible appointments and affordable rates
- We are 100% focused on family law cases—no distractions
Our Phoenix & Tempe family attorneys also represents mothers and fathers
in Chandler and Phoenix for all facets of Arizona family law. Whatever
challenges you face in the child support process, with paternity, or a
divorce, we have the insights and dedication to help you protect your
rights and your child's interests. Discover how we can help you!
Call us at (480) 418-0840 to discuss your rights during an
with our knowledgeable lawyers.
Tempe Family Law Attorneys Protecting Your Child’s Bests Interests
Although child support is largely dictated by the statutory formula, there
are many deviations and adjustment factors that can sway the amount up
or down. Established in 2010, our dedicated legal team will do everything
possible to help you obtain the child support you need to adequately provide
for your child.
We take into account all considerations that may affect the amount of child
support such as:
- Gross incomes and disparity in income
- Adjustments for the ratio of parenting time
- Child-care costs and education expenses
- Adjustments for older children or extraordinary children
- Travel expenses relating to parent relocation
- Tax credits and dependent child deductions
- State assistance (past or present)
- Self-support reserve (ability to pay)
It is also important to note that child support be based on accurate financial
information, which can be tricky if one parent is self-employed, underemployed,
or isn't disclosing all sources of income. We can assist in subpoena
of bank records or other methods to fully uncover a person’s true income.
We can help modify or enforce child support!
You can try to increase or decrease child support if there is a significant
change in the custody arrangement or either parent’s income. We
can help you find out if you can modify the support order up or down.
If the other parent is not paying court-ordered support, we can also expedite
enforcement. The court has lots of options for willful nonpayment of support,
including wage garnishment or even jail. Our
Phoenix family law attorneys have also negotiated on behalf of either parent to settle child support
paternity cases or in financial hardship cases.
For the well-versed assistance you need with your child support case,
at your earliest convenience.