Heidbreder Case Summary

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In Arizona, the decision of the court to modify parenting time will often result in a modification of child support. In the case of Heidbreder v. Heidbreder, the Arizona Court of Appeals must determine whether the trial court erred in modifying child support without a modification request from either party, as well as other relevant legal factors pertaining to this particular case: adequate notice and the opportunity to be heard.
On June 29, 2010, Jodi and Gregg Heidbreder dissolved their marriage by consent decree. Both agreed to share joint legal custody of the two minor children with Jodi (Mother) being the primary residential parent. Both also agreed that Gregg (Father) would pay $1,000/month in child support to Mother. These agreements

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