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Question: What avenues can a mother take if the father ignores a Child Support srving from DCSE?
You may want to review the article on this site about Child Support, titled "Child Support in Arizona." When a parent who has a child support order defaults, the receiving parent may file an affidavit with the clerk of the superior court. You may be able to find the forms to enforce child support through your local family court or law library. Some counties have information online; such as Maricopa County, Pima County and Coconino County. Other resources that might be helpful can be found on the Arizona Department of Economic Security website that can help with child support enforcement.
What avenues can a mother take if the father ignores a Child Support srving from DCSE?
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