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Arizona man arrested for failing to pay child support

For many people in Arizona, establishing a child support order is relatively easy. Either at the time of divorce or, in the case of unwed parents, at a hearing to establish paternity, child support is ordered at an amount either agreed to by the parties or determined by a judge in accordance with state child support guidelines. The hard part for many parents, however, is child support enforcement. Simply being ordered to pay a certain amount does not mean that the person will actually pay it. Some individuals are very good at evading child support collection efforts and end up owing large amounts of child support.

August is child support awareness month in Arizona

Arizona residents who are seeking child support may be interested to learn that August is child support awareness month. They may also be interested to learn about the child support process in Arizona. A case is established when a custodial parent comes into the Child Support Office and fills out an application. The office will then proceed to establish paternity if the non-custodial parent's whereabouts are known. When a non-custodial parent's whereabouts are unknown the state has many resources at their disposal to locate the parent.

15 arrested in roundup for failure to pay child support

There are many aspects to consider when establishing child support payments, including the everyday expenses of raising a child, extracurricular expenses and the financial needs of all parties involved. It is important for those ordered to pay child support to stay current, as failure to pay child support can carry serious penalties.

Inmates struggle with child support obligations while incarcerated

Child support payments are legal financial obligations that must be paid according to the terms of the child support orders. When child support obligations go unfulfilled, serious consequences may occur. In Arizona, failure to pay child support can result in tax refund interceptions, suspension of drivers' and recreational licenses, liens on personal property and real estate, and even jail time.

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