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High asset divorces do not have to be high stress events

Most Arizona residents know the name, Jeff Bezos. In the last year, he was named the richest man in the world, due, in large part, to his role in making Amazon a staple in households around the world. However, Bezos is also a husband and father, and, despite his dramatic wealth, he is a person who must deal with everyday problems.

What happens if a parent misses a child support payment?

Child support obligations are generally created through the execution of agreements or the issuing of judicial orders. An Arizona parent may be required to provide their child with monthly payments of support, and those payments may be directed to the child's custodial parent for use. When a noncustodial parent fails to make a child support payment, they may become subject to enforcement efforts to remedy their delinquency.

An alternative to standard alimony payments

Alimony is an important legal obligation that may begin when two Phoenix residents decide to divorce each other. The obligation binds one of the parties to provide the other with financial support, and in many cases that support is paid out each month as a regular and unchanging sum. For example, a court may order one party to a divorce to pay the other $1,000 every month until such time as the obligation may come to its legal end.

Will I be awarded legal custody of my child?

One of the toughest jobs that Phoenix parents may face when they decide to divorce is finding a way to help their children adjust to their new lives. Children often thrive in stable environments, and the stress of a divorce can throw their lives into chaos. Parents who support the best interests of their kids and who make reasonable decisions about their futures can often foster supportive transitions for their children as their families go through divorces.

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