How to Modify Child Support in Arizona

While you do not always need an attorney to successfully modify child support, it may still be beneficial to take advantage of a consultation, especially if you anticipate the other parent may conceal income or … Read More

Birnstihl v. Birnstihl (2018)

In Birnstihl v. Birnstihl, the Arizona Court of Appeals reversed the family court’s dismissal of a petition to modify child support and held that claim preclusion does not bar modification when the basis to modify … Read More

Engstrom v. McCarthy (2018)

In Engstrom v. McCarthy, the Court of Appeals held that the family court’s adoption of a Rule 69 agreement ceases its discretion to reject the agreement at a later date. It also held that the … Read More

Nicaise v. Sundaram (2018)

In Nicaise v. Sundaram, the Arizona Court of Appeals held that while family courts can award legal decision-making based on decisions parents are likely to make, the court cannot make the decision for the parents … Read More

Gutierrez v. Hon. Fox (2017)

In Gutierrez v. Fox, the Arizona Court of Appeals denied a special action challenge to the family court’s temporary orders and held that (1) Arizona was the home state for purposes of establishing jurisdiction; (2) … Read More