Frequently Asked Questions - Child Support

When legal decision making is decided, how does a parent obtain child support?

The law provides that when the court grants a legal decision making order, it also must decide what amount of child support should be paid, by each parent, under the Arizona Child Support Guidelines. Joint legal decision making does not mean that either parent is no longer responsible to provide for the support of the child.

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