Many parents in the Phoenix area realize that in some point in their lives, they are going to have to move their family, perhaps even several miles or even hundreds of miles from their current location. It is hard enough to do this when parents live together, but being a single parent who needs to move with the child's mother or father to consider tends to add an extra layer of complication, particularly when the other parent does not agree with the move.
Handling all of the challenges a divorce brings with it is undeniably draining. Many of these elements, however, are necessary not only for the continued well-being of you and your ex-spouse, but any children involved as well. Child support is one such element. While providing for your children is something you're obviously dedicated to, understanding the nuances of child support payments can be difficult. Thankfully, you don't have to navigate the process alone.
Paternity can be a complicated matter, rife with contentiousness. There are multiple factors that affect the mother, the presumed father and the child. It is imperative that the parents understand what the law says about presumption of paternity and how to address any issues that arise with a case from the perspectives of everyone involved.
Arizona will take steps to punish a parent who is obligated to pay child support to a custodial parent and fails to do so. One method that the state will use to try to get the payments or to assess penalties is license suspension.