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Child Support Enforcement in an Arizona Divorce Takes Experience, Says Divorce Attorneys at Family Law Firm Corso & Rhude

Child Support Enforcement in an Arizona Divorce Takes Experience, Says Divorce Attorneys at Family Law Firm Corso & Rhude

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Collecting back child support can become a complicated matter that requires legal expertise, according to the experienced Arizona family law attorneys at Corso & Rhude, who know that having an attorney well-versed in family law is essential in any Arizona divorce case.
Collecting back child support can become a complicated matter that requires legal expertise, according to the experienced Arizona family law attorneys at Corso & Rhude, who know that having an attorney well-versed in family law is essential in any Arizona divorce case.

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Child Support Enforcement in an Arizona Divorce Takes Experience, Says Divorce Attorneys at Family Law Firm Corso & RhudeCollecting back child support can become a complicated matter that requires legal expertise, according to the experienced Arizona family law attorneys at Corso& Rhude, who know that having an attorney well-versed in family law is essentialin any Arizona divorce case.Scottsdale, AZ, USA, April 05, 2013 -- Collecting back child support can becomea complicated matter that requires legal expertise, according to the experiencedArizona family law attorneys at Corso & Rhude, who know that having an attorneywell-versed in family law is essential in any Arizona divorce case.Support enforcement in Arizona most often refers to child support payments owedby one parent (the obligor) to the other parent (the obligee). However, Arizona’ssupport payment enforcement process can also be applied to other types of owed support (known as arrearage), including insurance coverage, medical costs, spousal maintenance, reimbursement of public assistance, and interest.The department of support enforcement is a division of the Arizona Department ofEconomic Security (DES), which has several methods for enforcing child and spousal support payments.“The question of child support or spousal support enforcement is often one of themost difficult issues people face when they are involved in divorce or legal separation proceedings,” said John Rhude, founding partner of Corso & Rhude. “It’s important to arm yourself with a divorce lawyer who will fight for your rights.”The financial obligation set by the court must be met each month. When a parent(obligor) falls behind in child support or spousal support payments, a series ofstate-mandated enforcements, under Chapter 5, Title 25, of the Arizona RevisedStatutes, may be used to ensure that the scheduled payments are met.Enforcement used by the Arizona court system include the following:Support payments made through the Department of Economic Security (DES)When a support check has bounced, the DES requires payment in cash or cashier’s checkBack support owed is added to current payments. Depending on the amount owed, the total may be divided and paid back over time.Wage garnishment or wage assignment (support payments taken directly from payroll checks)Court-mandated security or bonds provided by the obligor to ensure paymentThe Child Support Evader ProgramWarrants for arrestRegardless of the situation, the family law attorneys at Corso & Rhude pride themselves on being both professional and caring advocates for their clients. Theyrecognize the importance of not only professional representation, but also the need for compassion and understanding with their clients, stressing honesty and communication throughout the process.“As a rule, we stress both a personal touch with all of our clients and a commitment to delivering the fairest results,” Rhude said. “Our approach to practicing law begins and ends with making sure each and every client receives the most professional representation possible.”In addition to child support enforcement cases, the experienced attorneys at Corso & Rhude handle all types of Arizona family law cases, including Arizona divorce issues such as child custody, spousal support, alimony disputes, divorce medi

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