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Retroactive Child Support Explained

In Colorado, the child support laws state that child support may be awarded or assessed back to the date when a divorce case was filed if the parties filed together or if the case was filed by the party who will be paying child support.  Otherwise, child support is calculated when a case if personally […]

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Court Backlogs & Delays: Impact on the Best Interest of a Child in Colorado

Most states, including Colorado, have adopted the Best Interest of a Child standard to determine all issues affecting children including child custody, parenting plans, visitation, child support and decision-making.   However, one factor missing from the court’s analysis is the overall impact of the court’s already crowded court docket or calendar.   The Cause of Crowded […]

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Colorado Child Support: Will it Ever End?

How Long Does Child Support Last in Colorado?  Can I Modify or Terminate Child Support? In Colorado, child support normally lasts until a child reaches age 19, the age of emancipation recognized under Colorado Law.  However, several factors can extend or shorten this period.  Further, child support can be modified when a substantial and ongoing […]

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