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Underemployment and unemployment with regard to child support

Parents in Arizona have all types of jobs. Some work in finance, business, construction, healthcare, hospitality, and many other types of jobs. Generally speaking, an individual's profession dictates what he or she can afford. This includes what they are able to provide for their children. However, regardless of how much or little they are able to provide, parents have an obligation to provide the essentials for their children.

Temporary child custody orders during a divorce in Arizona

Raising children in Arizona can be very difficult. While a couple is married, they generally can share in the responsibilities, and the children often have the ability to build relationships with both parents. If the couple splits or is divorced, and the children have a good relationship with both, ensuring that both parents have the opportunity to continue the relationship is important. On the other hand, if one parent endangers the children, it is important that he or she have only limited contact with them.

When a person will not be able to modify alimony in Arizona

There are many issues that people must deal with during a divorce in Arizona. The main focus is how does one separate a joint life and begin an individual one moving forward. This includes both financially, and how each parent will maintain relationships with minor children if they have them. The major issues that couples have to deal with in order to accomplish this are child custody, parenting time, child support, alimony and property division.

Tax consequences associated with high asset divorces

When people get divorced in Arizona, there are many things that they must think about as they move forward, for example, where one is going to live and how will he or she will afford everything. Other concerns might include the children, such as which parent will they live with, and when will each parent see the children. Another is who will get the various assets that the couple owns. This can include household goods or furniture as well as bank accounts, properties, retirement accounts and other assets.

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