Arizona Child Support Collection
If there is a current child support order issued in Arizona or another state, and the other party has refused to pay or is paying a lesser amount than what is owed each month, you have the right to go to court to obtain a judgment requiring payment of back child support. And we can often start your Arizona child support collection case with NO MONEY DOWN.
If you already have a child support order in place then we may be able to handle your case without any initial out of pocket expenses. That’s right, in most collection matters there are NO retainers and NO fees unless we actually collect the money you are owed!
Phoenix Child Support Collection Attorney
Our goal is to resolve your child support collection case as quickly as possible with as little litigation as possible. As experienced Phoenix and Scottsdale child support collection lawyers we can review your case and determine the best course of action. Don't hesitate to call (480) 607-8308 for a free consultation to determine if your child support collection matter is eligible. And if it isn’t, I will gladly refer you to someone that can help.
How can I collect back child support in Arizona?
Backed child support, or commonly called arrears, is subject to collections just like other types of money judgments including garnishment of wages, levying bank accounts or liens on property or other assets. In addition, past due child support payments may be reported to credit bureaus, passport application may be denied by the U.S. State Department, Driver’s licenses and professional license can be suspended. Child Support arrest warrants may also be issued by the court.
Is there interest on missed child support payments?
Yes, interest on any missed child support payments accrues at a rate of 10% per annum. Interest is generally assessed from the date that the child support judgment is entered.
Is there a statue of limitation for collection of child support in Arizona?
Arizona has abolished the statute of limitation for collection of child support as of September 21, 2006. If you have a case that involves the collection of back child support prior to September 21, 2006, contact our child support collection law firm to discuss your options. In some case, the arrears are fully enforceable and can still be collected.
Is there a statue of limitation for determining paternity in Arizona?
In order to obtain a retroactive order of child support, paternity must be established before the child’s 18th birthday.
Daly Law Firm, PLLC- Scottsdale Child Support Collection Lawyer
If you are pursuing unpaid child support the Daly Law Firm can help. As a child support collection law firm, qe handle back child support collections in the Phoenix, Scottsdale, Paradise Valley, Tempe and throughout the Maricopa County area, don’t hesitate to call The Daly Firm at (480) 607-8308 for a free consultation regarding your child support collection matter.