The rules for divorce that are different in each state include how long you must live in the state before you can file for divorce, how long you must wait before your divorce can be completed after you file it, and how the state treats child support and alimony.
Arizona Divorce Basics
In Arizona, either spouse may file for divorce if the marriage is irretrievably broken, meaning that there is no possibility of reconciliation.
Will parents share joint custody, or will one parent have sole custody and the other visitation? Will they share decision-making, or will one parent have the final say on things like medical treatment and education? What’s the best way to divide parenting time?
Calculating Child Support in Arizona
If you want the most detailed calculation, with tax consequences considered, you can hire a lawyer to run the numbers for you. However, most state courts provide online calculators that allow you to calculate support yourself.
Arizona Family Law Rules and Resources
Looking for Arizona’s rules on marriage, divorce, child custody, and child support? Want to find Arizona‘s state court forms and instructions and local court websites? Here’s where to start.
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