The court expects your husband to fulfill his child support obligations, so unless he gets a job and complies with his payment plan, there is a good chance he may be found in contempt of court at some point and jailed.
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I agree with Ms. Reed. Under Arizona law, A parent’s legal duty to support his or her child is primary to all other payment obligations. Your husband needs to do something to fulfill this obligation. If he doesn't the court may find him in contempt, and going to jail is a possibility.
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