Written by attorney Matthew Thomas Storrs

7 Reasons to Modify Child Support in Arizona

For any modification or termination of child support, there needs to be a “substantial and continuing change in circumstances.” Before Arizona courts will order a new child support amount, there needs to be at least a 15% change in the overall child support obligation.

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