Child Support Laws

Did you know that the average cost of child support in the United States per month is $430? In cases that involve family law, the Colorado court system will determine how much each parent is obligated to pay and contribute towards the expenses of living from their children.  Are you interested in learning about child support laws…

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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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Girl getting medical exam

Before issuing a child support order, the judge presiding over your case will make sure that you and the other parent have your child’s current and future medical needs covered. Your child’s medical costs are just one of many issues to consider when determining child support payments. If you have questions about your obligations for…

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Pregnant Woman holding her belly

You can modify a child support order in Colorado if you experienced a “substantial and continuing” change in your circumstances since the order was first established or since the last modification of the order. The other parent can ask for a modification, too, if he or she has a significant change in circumstances. The change…

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Child Holding Hands With Parents walking down the street

Why Do I Need to Pay Child Support If I Have Shared Physical Custody of My Children? How Is Child Support Calculated in Joint Custody Cases? Does Shared Physical Custody Change My Basic Child Support Payments? How Will a Change in My Income Affect My Joint Responsibilities? How Is Child Support Calculated for Parents? How…

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