AZ Child Support Calculator

Our free Arizona Child Support Calculator app was designed specifically for parents involved in an Arizona divorce, child custody case, or child support modification. Family counselors and Arizona family lawyers will also find this child support calculator handy and easy to use.

Simply answer a few general questions about the children and input the parents’ income information to calculate parental support obligations under current Arizona law. Our Arizona child support calculator instantly displays the figures every parent needs to help determine child support obligations.

The Arizona Child Support Calculator is the only complete calculator for your device. Use this calculator to accurately determine child support payments for sole or joint decision-making and shared parenting time with one (1) or more children. Try different scenarios, compare different results, share data with your other devices.

Use the Arizona Child Support Calculator to determine the approximate amount of child support to be paid or received by an Arizona family. Each calculation provides the amount of child support a parent can expect to pay or receive according to the Arizona Child Support Guidelines (effective June 1, 2011).

The AZ Child Support Guidelines apply to families with a combined income of less than $20,000 per month. Although deviations from the Guidelines are permitted, they cannot be accounted for by the calculator. That is because deviations from the Guidelines are determined on a case-by-case basis by the Court and by agreement of the parties. Our AZ calculator is the best place to begin, even when a deviation from the Guidelines for special circumstances is possible.

Downloading and using this app does not constitute legal advice and does not create an attorney-client relationship with Stewart & Lane, plc, or any of its attorneys. Always consult an attorney licensed in your jurisdiction for specific legal advice concerning child support. For more information about Arizona child support, child custody, parenting plans, and other family law matters, please visit Arizona Law Group, at
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What's New

Includes latest support obligation table and increases the maximum combined income used in calculations from $20,000 to $30,000.
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Additional Information

February 14, 2018
Current Version
Requires Android
4.1 and up
Content Rating
Offered By
Law Offices of Scott David Stewart
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