Sad boy looking at his feet

Most kids who experience the separation and divorce of their parents may struggle in the immediate aftermath, but the impact of divorce on children is generally modest unless there is a high level of parental conflict.   According to one respected medical journal, many children adapt to their parents’ divorce within two years of the separation…

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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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Private School

Colorado statutes require parents to share the cost of education and childcare following a divorce. However, many parents still have questions and concerns when it comes to how to pay for their children’s private school tuition after divorce. This is a common cause of disputes during divorce and custody cases in Denver. Both the Colorado…

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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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