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In Arizona a biological parent is required under the law to provide child support (monetary support) to his or her child(ren). The amount of financial support required to support a child in Arizona is determined by a mathematical formula set forth in the Arizona Support Guidelines and is based on the actual or attributed income of both parents. We are able to provide you with the advice, counsel and representation you need.
The Arizona Support Guidelines additionally consider standard expenses for the minor child(ren), medical insurance, child care costs and the time that each parent spends with the child(ren).
When you meet with an attorney they will need information regarding each of these items to determine how to calculate your approximate support award. Further, the Supreme Court of Arizona has a calculator that is available over the internet to calculate support under the Arizona Guidelines. This can be accessed at the Supreme Court Website at www.supreme.state.az.us/childsup
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