In Family Law, Children Add Questions About Parenting Time, Decision-Making and Child Support. Our Experienced Attorneys Can Help You Resolve These Issues.
The typical issues the Family Court sees in Arizona are Child Custody and Child Support. What most people refer to as Child Custody is split into two categories, Legal Custody and Physical Custody. In Arizona, this is known as Legal Decision-Making and Parenting Time which are determined in the best interests of the child. Child Support is determined by the Arizona Child Support Guidelines. Resolving these issues can be easier said than done. Parents who attempt to resolve these issues without experienced attorneys can find themselves with limited parenting time and an inappropriate award of child support. Contact us to find out what your rights are and how we can help you protect them.
Child Custody is now referred to as Parenting Time and Legal Decision-Making. Parenting Time refers to the time your children spend with each parent. Legal Decision-Making refers to how important decisions concerning your children’s health, welfare, education and religion are made. Click Here to Learn More.
Child Support is calculated using the Arizona Child Support Guidelines. Generally, child support is calculated by inserting values into a Child Support Calculator, such as the parties’ income and costs incurred for things such as health insurance for the children or daycare costs. But not all child support issues are that straightforward. Many times, parties disagree on the figures the Court would use to calculate a child support order. Click Here to Learn More.
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