Can Child Support be Changed or Modified?

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Can Child Support be Changed or Modified?

Post  Admin on Mon Sep 21, 2009 11:51 am

In Arizona, the courts require parents to exchange tax return information every two years to see if an increase in child support in warranted.

In Arizona, either parent may bring a Petition to ask the court to recalculate child support at any time.

If you're the paying parent, you may want to ask the court to recalculate child support when:

Your income has dropped dramatically or you become unemployed.
The other parent's income has increased.
Living expenses have changed in either household.

If you're the parent receiving child support, you may want to ask the court for a recalculation when:

The paying parent's income has gone up or you discover the paying parent didn't disclose all income previously.
It has been years since the last recalculation and your child's expenses have gone up.

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