Goodbye Dependency Exemptions!

In Child Support, Current News by Robert Toler0 Comments

Some provisions of Trump’s tax plan do not take effect until 2019 (i.e. switching the tax burden from the maintenance recipient to the payer). However, certain changes are applicable immediately. In 2018, exemptions for dependents no longer exist, but the Standard Deduction and the Child …

Child Support Change Ups

In Child Support by Modern Family Law0 Comments

In any case involving disputes about parenting time, child support is inevitably one of the issues that will come before the court. Eventually once all is said and done, in most cases the court will enter a child support order, detailing the obligation that one …

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Factors Affecting Child Support in Colorado

In Allocation of Parental Rights, Child Support, Colorado Family Law, Divorce, Father's Rights, Parental Rights, Parenting Plan, Parenting Time - Custody by Robert Toler0 Comments

Divorce can be a difficult process for everyone involved, and there are special issues that arise when the parties have children together. For example, being required to pay child support is one of those unfortunate realities that clients might have to accept in connection with …

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What is Retroactive Child Support?

In Child Support by Robert Toler0 Comments

Parent Responsibilities Parents have a duty to care for their children, even if they are not taking an active role in raising them. The non-custodial parent typically pays child support to care for their children until they reach the age of 19. Parents who are …