Corrupt civil rights violations due process violations forced review hearing with less the 24 hours notice denied filling from clerk to assist in this blatant cover up incarcerated for 90 days and counting with only one review 30 + days after arrested was found indigent buy the judge handling the divorce but Purge was doubled to 8,000 by the commissioner not to mention now since we filled Writ of Habeas corpus every single person involved is trying to cover this up if anyone has experience with the corrupt family court system please respond and I don't. Want to here you need to pay the purge because that will go away divorce/ modification pending but they are dragging it out hmmmm I wonder why sad that your life is ruined for something that will disappear when your divorce is final
I am not sure what your question is. If you want to fight this, it's complicated and you need to seek advice of counsel. Find a Family law attorney in your area on AVVO. Most give free consultations.
It is difficult to determine what you are asking. I think first you must understand that the Arizona Revised Statutes and settled Arizona law dictate that children have a right to support by their parents. If you are in arrears, the court will try to force you to pay the arrears. If you are trying to go back and modify an old order, the modification does not take effect until the first day of the month following service of a modification petition. So if you ignored a court-ordered child support payment for years, which resulted in arrearages, you cannot now go back and modify months or years of non-payment. If the Commissioner set a large purge, he or she must have been provided with some evidence of your ability to pay. Sounds like you need to hire an attorney, as you are likely to alienate the commissioner/judge if you appear as angry in court as you do in your written question.
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