The Arizona child support laws, on how children should receive financial help from both parents, analyses the needs of the children and the ability of their parents to contribute to their wellbeing. They help set guidelines on how to arrive at a figure depending on the current and future needs of the dependents. They are used by both the court and parents in dealing with child support issues. From your gross salary to the insurance needs of you children, they will be evaluated in determining how much you have to contribute for child support.
Arizona Child Support Laws – Adopted by the Arizona Supreme Court – Effective June 11, 2011