- Library of Congress
- U.S. House of Representatives
- U.S. Senate
- White House
- Superior Court Information - Maricopa County
- Arizona Supreme Court
- Arizona Court of Appeals, Division 1
- Arizona Court of Appeals, Division 2
- Clerk of Superior Court - Maricopa County
- Arizona State Legislature
- Social Security Online
Other Important Web Sites
MODEL PARENTING PLANS – These model parenting plans were put together by an Arizona Supreme Court Committee and are often used by judges in determining an appropriate parenting plan for families whose cases come before them. The plans take into account the developmental needs of children in different age groups. If you are considering a parenting arrangement for your children, I highly recommend that you take a look at these model parenting plans.
ARIZONA REVISED STATUTES – Title 25 contains the laws governing matters pertaining to divorce, legal separation, custody, child support, spousal support, and other family law matters.
ARIZONA JUDICIAL BRANCH – You can use this site to find information on the Arizona Supreme Court and Appellate Courts, as well as family services provided by the court.
ARIZONA RULES OF COURT – You can use this site to learn about the rules that the judges use in the courtroom. For the rules of Family Court, scroll down to the Rules of Family Law Procedure.
ARIZONA CHILD SUPPORT GUIDELINES – The Child Support Guidelines explain the philosophy that is the basis for determining child support; as well as the factors that are used by the courts to calculate the support amount.
ARIZONA CHILD SUPPORT CALCULATOR – 2011 Revision The revised 2011 Child Support Calculator applies to all cases decided after June 1, 2011. This is a public calculator, and you can use it to estimate what your child support might be. The child support amount depends upon certain variables, such as the gross income of the father, the gross income of the mother, monthly spousal maintenance payments, child care expenses, the cost of monthly health insurance premiums relating to the child(ren), and the amount of parenting time allocated to the non-residential parent.
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