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Child Support Representation

We'll help make sure your family's needs are met

Arizona's laws regarding child support and custody are based on the best interests of the child. The state takes the parent's obligation to pay child support very seriously, with strict laws in place to ensure children are provided for by their parents through reasonable financial support. In order to protect your interests and your child's needs during a divorce with children, you need an experienced attorney to represent you in the child support process. You need Brown, Naegle, Crider & Jensen LLC.

Child support lawyer Brad Crider understands the complexities and intricacies of Arizona's laws. He's worked with hundreds of families. Rely on his understanding of the laws and guidelines involved to help create a child support plan that is in the best interests of the children involved.

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Understanding child support in Arizona

In Arizona, specific guidelines outline how much child support is required from a parent. These guidelines take into consideration how much money a parent makes in a 40-hour workweek, as well as the amount of time the parent is allowed to spend with the child.

Child support is related to but distinct from child custody. In general, the parent who has a greater share of time with the child will also end up receiving child support, as he or she is presumed to take on a greater share of the child's expenses. However, if there is a substantial difference in income between the parents, the child support arrangement may change accordingly.

Changes in circumstances - for example, an increase or decrease in income - can necessitate changes to the child support agreement. It's important to remember that, once established, child support only changes when the change has been approved by a judge. That's why you need to take immediate action if a modification is necessary.

Let Brad Crider help with your child support situation

We know how important it is for you to make sure your child's needs are met. Brad has worked with hundreds of families in this situation, from low-income single parents to individuals worth millions of dollars. Wherever you are, we'll work with you to find a child support solution that meets your child's needs within your means.

Don't try to handle a child support dispute on your own. Contact us online or call 480-378-9000 to speak with an experienced family law attorney.

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