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A parent is eligible for child support if they are not living in the same house as their child’s other parent and they have parenting time or parental responsibility for their children....
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A parent can modify their child support order if there is a change in circumstances that would impact the total obligation or total amount by more than 15 percent. A parent who...
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According to Mesa law, the amount of child support a parent owes is established by a calculator set up by the state. The calculator accounts for both parents’ individual incomes, the cost...
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The first step in obtaining child support, prior to filing for or responding to a petition for child support is for a parent to meet with their attorney to plan. During that...
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The purpose of child support is to ensure that both parents provide for their children’s financial needs in the event of divorce or separation. The legal theory behind child support is that...
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Child support can help pay for your kids’ food, shelter, medical care, entertainment, domestic and international travel, extracurricular activities, and educational costs. However, a child support agreement may need to be modified...
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