Child support in Arizona usually is rather simple to calculate, as a statewide formula governs the calculation. The more difficult part of child support disputes is determining the correct “inputs” that should go into the formula, such as the correct amount of income to use, the appropriate amount to allocate for child care and private education, the correct number of days to use for the parenting time adjustment, etc.
The situation becomes especially complicated when one of the parties is self-employed, because self-employed individuals and other business owners often have the ability to decide when to incur certain large business expenses or decline large projects that could greatly affect income. At Thomas Law Office, we have procedures that we follow to ascertain whether there is a reasonable chance that the other party is engaging in inappropriate income structuring in order to decrease or increase the amount of child support that is ordered to be paid in their Arizona child support case.
If you need assistance seeking or opposing child support in Arizona, I invite you to call (602) 788-1395 to schedule a consultation with an experienced Phoenix child support men’s rights attorney men’s rights.
ADDITIONAL CHILD SUPPORT RESOURCES