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Arizona Judicial Branch

Child Support Guidelines Review Committee

photo of happy children Pursuant to the Arizona Revised Statutes § 25-320(D), the Supreme Court shall establish guidelines for determining the amount of child support and review the guidelines at least once every four years to ensure that their application results in the determination of appropriate child support amounts.

Committee Meeting Schedule and Minutes

Basis of an Updated Child Support Schedule for Arizona-April 14, 2009              

CSGRC Workgroups

AZ Child Support Historical Repository

March 25, 2010 Arizona Judicial Council Meeting Materials

June 24, 2010 Arizona Judicial Council Meeting Materials

Proposed Child Support Guidelines-Updated September 28, 2010


Basic Support Amount Income Look-up Tables for Child Support Guidelines 

 

COBS Prototype Child Support Calculator (09/2010)

PLEASE READ:
This calculator should not be used for calculating child support under the
Arizona child support guidelines currently in effect. If you need to calculate child support under the current guidelines, go to this webpage:
http://www.azcourts.gov/familylaw/childsupportcalculator.aspx

This is a TEST VERSION of the child support calculator for the Child Outcome Based Support (COBS) model that was tentatively approved by the Arizona Judicial Council in June 2010. 

This is a fully functioning prototype calculator that is currently under review and available here for public vetting.  

Stakeholder Input
The purpose of this site is to share information about the committee's meetings, progress, and work product as well as gather constructive comments from stakeholders.

As with all court committees, these meetings are open to the public. Time is reserved on the agenda for public comment. Each member of the public who wishes to share ideas for improving the tentatively approved guidelines may speak for up to three minutes.

Stakeholders may also participate by submitting productive comments on this site. Unlike a forum or a chat room, this site does not allow for direct response from the committee. Comments should be focused on the tentatively approved guidelines (above, updated June 22, 2010); and how they can be improved. The committee cannot discuss or offer assistance with any individual child support matter.

Submissions will be reviewed periodically by the site moderator. The site moderator will screen the submission for duplication, irrelevancy, spam, harassment, profanity, obscenity, or other inappropriate content. Comments that pass moderator review will be posted for public viewing; all others will be rejected.

Written comments for the Arizona Judicial Council meeting to be held on October 21, 2010 must be submitted no later than close of business on Tuesday, October 5, 2010.  Comments received after this date and time will not be included in the materials sent to the Council members to review.

 

 

Additional Documents
    
Theory of Child Support by Ira Mark Ellman and Tara O'Toole Ellman - Final as Published