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How Is Child Support Determined In Colorado?

Child support is the cost a non-custodial parent pays for the care and maintenance of their child. The amount of child support paid by…

Child Support

8 Things to Know About Failing to…

Colorado does not tolerate parents who refuse to pay child support or neglect their obligations. There are many repercussions for failing to make child…

Child Support

10 Things to Know About Failing to…

Texas does not tolerate parents who refuse or fail to pay child support. Parents that don’t follow court orders for payment and willfully neglect…

Spousal Maintenance (Alimony)

Top 10 Things to Know About Texas…

Spousal Maintenance is a court-ordered payment to your former spouse following a divorce. Factors such as the length of your marriage and the difference…

Support

How Does the Court Determine Child Support…

Child support and child custody are arguably some of the most challenging aspects of a case. In Colorado, as in many parts of the…

Divorce

10 Steps to Easing the Divorce Process

Being involved in litigation is difficult regardless of the reason. Divorce is especially difficult due to there being many moving parts. Here are 10…

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Changes To Texas Child Support Calculations

There was a major change to how child support is calculated in Texas for parents with lower incomes. This article outlines this change while…

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How is Child Support Calculated in Texas?

The person who pays child support in Texas is the obligor, the person receiving child support is the obligee. In 1989, Texas Legislators introduced…

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Navigating Child Support During COVID

With the latest news from California Governor Gavin Newsome shutting down all “non-essential” businesses starting March 17, 2020, in the six local bay area…

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A General Overview of Child Support

Child support is a common issue in a divorce case with kids. Disputes over child support may significantly impact the co-parenting relationship and will…

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Maintenance Payments: Who's Income Is It?

In Colorado, maintenance (also known as alimony) is intended to help ease the financial burdens associated with divorce. A financially disadvantaged spouse married for…

Support

Modifications To Spousal Maintenance

In our earlier post, we discussed all things related to spousal maintenance. However, there is another related issue that frequently occurs in family law…

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Support Your Ex: Spousal Maintenance

Divorce cases can be complicated, and no two cases are the same. However, there are some issues fairly common to many divorces. One such…

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Misconceptions About Child Support in Colorado

Rather frequently, we’ll get a call from a client who has read an article somewhere about what the law “is”. Because of the information…

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Child Support Change Ups

In any case, involving disputes about parenting time, child support is inevitably one of the issues that will come before the court. Eventually, once…

Support

Dealing with Contempt in Divorce Cases

If you’ve dealt with the civil side of legal proceedings, you may be aware that court orders can get issued pretty frequently. However, you…

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Handling Contempt Proceedings

Family law matters are not finished just because the judge issues a final order, many times. Many final orders court often require that certain…

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The Nuances Of Child Support

Cases involving children almost always include child support. Child support is one of those aspects of family law that everyone seems to “know about”.…

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