The Arizona state authority for child support is the Division of Child Support Enforcement and one of its primary functions is helping locating noncustodial parents. Arizona authorities can enforce the payment of child support by organizing income withholdings, license suspension and even suspending lottery winnings. Child support arrangements can be modified in the event there is a change in the financial status of either parent and the changes will take six months to be reflected in the payments due. Payments can be made in person at a DSCE office or online. In instances where there are delinquent payments of $5,000 the non-custodial parent will be labeled a child support evader and will be subject to investigation by state authorities. Contact an Arizona lawyer for legal advice and assistance.