Imputed income

Also known as attributed income, this requires the Court, in a child support proceeding, to attribute a parent an amount of income if they are not sufficiently employed. It finds its basis in A.R.S. § 25-320(N), which reads, “The court shall presume, in the absence of contrary testimony, that a parent is capable of full-time employment at least at the applicable state or federal adult minimum wage, whichever is higher.” See also Child Support Guideline § II-A-4.

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