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When can one deviate from the child support guidelines?

As many parents in Arizona know, raising a child can be expensive. Children rely on their parents to provide not only the necessities in life, but also many extras as well. This does not change if the parents split up though. However, how the expenses are paid for certain changes. There are no longer joint accounts, and there are generally two different households and separate monthly bills. So, to ensure both parents are still contributing their share, most of the time, the parents will have a child support order.

How to start a child custody proceeding in Arizona

Children born out of wedlock is a common occurrence in Arizona. Sometimes, the parents will still live together and be in a committed relationship. They most likely will also share in raising their children together. However, this is normally not the case, and many parents in this type of situation live separately. This does not make them any less of parents to the children, but it does change the legal rights the parents have to the children.

What are the requirements for seeking alimony in a divorce?

There are many divorces in Arizona each year. Each divorce is unique though. But, there are certain issues that are common to most divorces, such as property division, child support and child custody, if there are minor children involved, and alimony or spousal maintenance as it is commonly called. However, how each of these issues are dealt with will be different in each divorce depending on the unique circumstances of each marriage.

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