Arizona Child Support Laws
These services provide custodial parents with establishing paternity and child support, locating non-custodial parent and Law Enforcement Arizona Child Support. These services are automatically for families on social assistance under Temporary assistance for Needy Families (TANF) will provided. Parents who can not continue in the program free services from the (DCSE) is obtained by having a claim for benefits children’s money for you. In completing the application ready to provide information such as total non-custodial parent name, address and social security number, the address of the [more...]
Date: 2010-09-30 02:01:42
Brian McKnight Story Show's Importance of Paternity Testing
Yet Brian McKnight took the smart approach and decided to participate in a paternity test after the ruling. Now, the results are in and they show that Brian McKnight is not the father of Miriam Lee's son, the singer doesn't have to pay any money. So perhaps Brian McKnight's situation can shed light on the importance of paternity testing. Having a paternity test show that your DNA does not match that of the child is perhaps the best way to get out of paying child support. The results of a paternity test are considered to be over 99 percent accurate. FindLaw states that issues regarding [more...]
Date: 2010-07-26 15:04:59
Divorce, Paternity, Child Custody – Law Offices of Ron Saper
If so, the Law Offices of Ron Saper can help you! With over 30 years of experience, and solely representing Arizona, we can assist you in everything from divorce and post divorce modifications to paternity, custody and more. [more...]
Date: 2010-08-29 18:12:02
Immigration Impact » Blog Archive » Supreme Court to Hear Two ...
Numerous states and localities have enacted laws attempting to regulate immigration law. These laws include another, more expansive Arizona statute (SB 1070), and the Hazleton, Pennsylvania ordinance, both of which lower courts have struck down. Numerous other states and localities are considering such laws. Thus, Chamber of Commerce v. Whiting comes at a critical juncture. The Supreme Court must send a clear message that the states are not allowed to usurp the federal government’s power and upset carefully developed schemes. While our federal immigration system may be in need of reform, [more...]
Date: 2010-10-07 20:27:19
Child Support Enforcement--Getting Non-Custodial Parents to Pay Up ...
County enforcement statistics include review of paternity establishment and acknowledgment, current child support enforcement, collection of back child support, cost effectiveness, and support-order management. Aggressively collecting for the past 17 years, Pinal is a success story. The county attorney collected $3.9 million in 1993, the first year of its program. In fiscal year 2010 collections soared to $21.6 million, a 4% increase over the previous year. What tools are in the county attorney's enforcement arsenal? How about intercepting tax returns and refunds, unemployment checks, [more...]
Date: 2010-09-21 17:54:26
Polygamy Experience: Bus Tour Offers Insight on Polygamy Lifestyle ...
Polygamy Experience: Bus Tour Offers Insight on Polygamy Lifestyle Tourists from around the world are flocking to Colorado City, Arizona to take a bus tour called the "Polygamy Experience." Reuters reports that this four-hour tour costs $70 and takes visitors through the middle of the polygamist enclave on the Utah-Arizona border. The tour of the community features people that choose to take part in polygamy, having multiple spouses at the same time. But wait, isn't polygamy illegal in the state of Arizona? In order to get a marriage license in Arizona, you must not currently be married. [more...]
Date: 2010-10-12 18:07:39
Arizona's Voluntary Paternity Program
Paternity is the legal establishment of the identity of a child's father. And through the Personal Responsibility and Work Opportunity Reconciliation Act (PRWORA), the state of Arizona has laws that establish a simplified civil process for parents to voluntarily acknowledge the paternity of a child that has been born out of wedlock. As reported on the Arizona Department of Economic Security's website, the state's voluntary paternity programs are carried out through the Hospital Paternity Program (HPP). Arizona's Voluntary Paternity Testing Program, a collaborative effort through HPP and [more...]
Date: 2010-05-19 19:08:30
Paying Alimony in Arizona - Alimony - The Phoenix Family Law News Blog
Through a divorce decree, one spouse might be required to pay spousal maintenance to the other so that there can be a safety net for the ex-spouse that cannot provide for his or own financial needs. Spousal maintenance, more commonly known as alimony, is paid separately from child support but is paid in a similar manner. According to the Maricopa County Superior Court Self Service Center, spousal maintenance payments can be ordered through a wage assignment from the paying spouse's paycheck. This process happens when the court orders the employer of the spouse to deduct the amount of money [more...]
Date: 2010-10-04 18:01:17
Family Law Prof Blog: Football Star Jerry Rice Embroiled in ...
Blog Editors Andrea B. Carroll C.E. Laborde, Jr. Professor of Law Paul M. Hebert Law Center, LSU • Web Profile • Email • SSRN Author Page Margaret Ryznar • Email • SSRN Author [more...]
Date: 2005-12-11 13:15:04
What Happens in an Arizona Paternity Action? | Arizona Mediation
What Happens in an Arizona Paternity Action? by admin on September 20, 2009 A paternity action is what one files when they have a child or children with another person who is not his/her spouse. In an Arizona paternity action, the Court will establish who the father of the child/children is. If a parent disputes paternity, he/she can request a DNA test. The Court will also establish custody (whether the parents should share joint custody or one parent should have sole custody), parental access, child support, and the division of any lying in expenses (expenses resulting from the [more...]
Date: 2009-09-20 22:11:39
Paternity Testing Now More Available in Cochise County
Here's some good news for Arizona residents. The Cochise County Health Department is now offering DNA paternity testing through the DNA Diagnostics Center at all five of its locations, now having testing centers through the Benson Health Department, Bisbee Health Department, Douglas Health Department, Sierra Vista Health Department, and Willcox Health Department. The Tucson Citizen reports that expanding opportunities for paternity testing can help some mothers collect child support from the child's father and can also help fathers dispute false allegations of impregnation. Yet paternity [more...]
Date: 2010-07-22 15:04:22