Category Archives : Child Support

  • 6 Reasons You Might Not Receive or Pay Child Support

    Posted on February 21, 2022

    Child custody and support can be very complex issues that depend on each parent’s income, the percentage of time the child is with each parent, and so on. In special situations, though, some parents may not receive or pay any child support. Your child deserves to receive court-mandated financial support payments from both parents. An Aurora child support lawyer can help you determine if you qualify and if there are valid reasons for managin...

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  • How Do Alimony and Remarriage Work in Colorado?

    Posted on October 25, 2021

    When you get divorced, the law allows the family court to order alimony to either you or your spouse. In most cases, alimony is ordered for a set period of time to allow one spouse time to become self-supporting. However, following long marriages, when it is not feasible for one spouse to work in the future, a judge might order permanent alimony. If you are ordered to pay alimony or awarded alimony, the order will remain in place until it exp...

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  • Child-Related Matters in Family Court

    Posted on August 23, 2021

    As a parent, issues involving your child are often your primary concern. When a legal matter arises with your child in the center, it can be an extremely stressful and worrisome time. Your parental rights and responsibilities might be on the line, and you want to have the help of an experienced Aurora family law attorney with any child-related case.  The following are some brief overviews of common child-related matters in Colorado family co...

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  • Modifying Child Support Based on Unemployment

    Posted on July 22, 2020

    Sometimes parents who pay child support become unemployed. When this happens, they have the right to ask the court to modify their payments during this time of financial stress. Hiring a child support lawyer to assist you in this endeavor can be highly beneficial. Child support orders are created and intended by the court to continue until the termination date. However, the law also appreciates that there are changes in circumstances that wo...

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