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Helpful advice for fathers paying child support

Although parents will separate for any number of reasons, the common goal for all parents should be the safety and well-being of their children. It's no secret that a divorce or a separation can create a great financial strain on families. To ensure that the financial needs of children are met, Arizona has established a system of child support. In Arizona and across the country, the most common arrangement is the father making payments to the mother. Here are a few tips fathers should keep in mind when paying child support.

Child custody: Tips for successful co-parenting

No couple gets married with the intent of divorcing, yet this is what happens to nearly half of all marriages in the United States. When parents divorce, the situation can quickly get complicated.  In order to give children a more stable environment, more and more divorced couples in Arizona are choosing co-parenting as the preferred child custody arrangement. Here are a few tips to make co-parenting a successful arrangement for both parents and children.

Advice on how to get unstuck after a divorce

Suddenly ending a marriage is enough to emotionally and psychologically paralyze any person. After surviving all the legal stuff and the initial shock, divorce can make a person feel like he or she is stuck and in a constant struggle, never making progress. Here are a few tips to help Arizona residents get unstuck after a difficult divorce

Gray divorce: Why is it on the rise and what are the effects?

According to recent statistics, the number of marriages ending in Arizona and across the United States is on the decline. However, in one demographic, the divorce rate is climbing dramatically. Across the country,  the divorce rate among adults ages 50 and older has almost doubled over the last two decades. This phenomenon has become known as gray divorce, and it's happening for a number of reasons.

Child support laws can vary greatly from state to state

It's not uncommon for parents in Arizona to split up and go their separate ways. Although separated parents may no longer be obligated to each other, they are still obligated to provide for and support their children. Fortunately, every state across the country has established child support systems to help meet the financial needs of children whose parents have separated. Typically, the noncustodial parent makes payments to the custodial parent. However, child support payments vary greatly from state to state.

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