Child Support

Under Arizona law, each parent has a responsibility for providing the financial support necessary to accommodate his or her child's needs. That responsibility does not end with a divorce. Arizona has established guidelines that use an income-sharing model that requires each parent to commit a proportionate share of his or her income to the overall cost of the child's care.

There are a number of factors that are considered when determining the required level of support and how much will be paid by each parent. How much time each parent cares for the child, which parent is paying for medical insurance, who is paying for day care and other factors can all come into play. The calculations can become quite complex, and having an experienced Peoria child support attorney who understands the guidelines can help to ensure that your share of the obligation is accurate.

Working To Ensure A Fair Child Support Order

At the Law Office of Katherine Kraus, PLLC, I have represented countless clients throughout Maricopa County in complex child support cases. My dedicated focus on Arizona family law and my complete understanding of how child support is calculated allow me to provide effective representation to every client I serve.

As your lawyer, I work diligently to see that all appropriate income has been disclosed and that all relevant factors have been considered in the final calculation. If there has been a substantial change in circumstances, I can also help you seek a modification of the child support order.

Talk To A Reliable West Valley Child Support Modification Attorney

Contact my office today to discuss your family law questions and learn more about how I can help you. You can reach me by phone at 623-239-0015 or email to schedule a one hour free consultation!.

I am available during regular business hours and by appointment at other times. I accept most major credit cards and offer payment plans for your convenience.

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