Jail is a possible consequence of non-payment of child support

The Colorado Child Support Enforcement Act administers many consequences for non-payment of child support, including taking legal and administrative action against parents who refuse to pay. When a parent falls behind on child support, it can put the primary residential parent and the children in a difficult financial spot. This is one reason why Colorado…

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Until debt tear us apart written on a brick wall

Colorado courts treat marital debt the same way they treat marital assets. They divide them between spouses in a way that is fair and equitable, but that might not be how you want to do it. With divorce mediation, you do have a choice. Divorce mediation and debt can go hand in hand so that…

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