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In Colorado, child support covers expenses related to a child’s food, clothing, housing, public school education, and health insurance. While these are basic expenses, there are more specific costs associated with each category. For example, when it comes to the general category of housing, child support is designed to contribute to costs for monthly mortgage…

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Under Colorado state regulations, child support orders usually continue until the child turns 19. This is the legal age of emancipation in the state. There are, however, a number of exceptions to this rule that could shorten or extend the time a parent needs to pay support for their child. You may also need approval…

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Going from a two-parent household to a one parent household can be a real challenge, especially financially. Children’s needs still have to be met, so Colorado requires the payment of child support. If you are the custodial parent, you likely have a lot of questions about what this means for you. Such as: How much…

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The New Year is a time for new beginnings. For people who have divorced or separated in the past, the New Year presents an opportunity to review child support and alimony. Modifying child support or spousal support is not always an easy process. The court considers many factors in determining whether to approve a modification.…

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