Child support payments are an essential part of providing for Arizona children after divorce. As a non-custodial parent, you probably began making child support payments during or soon after the finalization of your divorce. While these payments are essential for the overall stability of your child, your personal financial situation might have changed.
Life in Arizona is not static, and changes in employment can have huge financial implications that are not always for the better. Whether you've seen your working hours reduced, you switched jobs or you lost your employment, any of these things could impact your child support payments.