As a custodial parent, you probably depend on timely and complete child support payments to ensure you can meet all of your financial obligations. From paying your mortgage or rent to buying new clothing and supplies for school, the financial obligations of raising a child never seem to end. Even after the division of your marital property, child support can be critical to your financial stability.
When you aren't getting the support you deserve, based on the court's calculations and order of support, it can leave you in a precarious, even vulnerable position. If your ex won't pay support but has the ability to do so, you need to know your options for having child support orders enforced in Arizona.