PLEASE TAKE NOTE: Every 4 years, Arizona is required by federal law to update it’s child support guidelines. The Arizona State Supreme Court has coopted this guidelines review removing it from it’s proper place within the Arizona State Legislature. In general, the AZ State court is predisposed to raise child support during each quadrennial review. Why? Well, the most obvious motivation is that it promotes more family law litigation and contributes to a larger State Court budget.
We need your help in ensuring that domestic relations policy and child support policy is made with public input and public comment. If you are concerned about fairness to fathers in domestic relations policy and in child support determinations, please consider donating to Arizona Fathers’ Rights or consider volunteering your time to educate policy makers on important issues that affect our children.