In Sherman v. Sherman, the Arizona Court of Appeals affirmed a family court’s decision to attribute as income, for purpose of calculating child support, funds the litigant described as a loan from a family member.
It probably comes as no surprise that child support is one of the biggest areas of contention in family law cases. Parents commonly misunderstand the fundamental purpose of child support and this often leads to protracted disputes regarding the parents’ income for child support purposes.
This is just a list of the Arizona family law uniform interrogatories litigants can use or may be expected to answer in various types of family law litigation. We’ll post a more detailed primer about interrogatories, especially non-uniform interrogatories in a separate article.
In Arizona, child support is typically calculated pursuant to the Arizona Child Support Guidelines, which are reviewed by the Supreme Court every four years. The guidelines use an "income share" model intended to approximate each parent's contribution to the children as if the parents were living together. Though the Arizona Child Support Guidelines are not substantive law, the formula is used nearly universally
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