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When a legal issue arises in your family, the best way you can protect yourself and the ones you love is by consulting a family law attorney who understands how to help you.

Is it time to modify custody or support orders after divorce?

When the Colorado courts finalize your divorce, you may assume that the final terms in the divorce decree are permanent. However, while asset division is usually final after the end of the divorce, issues related to child support, spousal support and parenting time or custody can still change as family circumstances change.

Child support payments don't have to be mystifying

Child support payments are often a confusing aspect of child custody situations. These payments are made from one parent to the other, but are meant to support the children. In actuality, the payments are made to the kids but they need an adult to manage their financial interests.

Enforcing child support when your ex won't pay

Now that you are divorced and the court has awarded you custody of your children, you may be worried about your ex not making child support payments. When you depend on that monthly income to provide food, clothing and shelter for you children, it can cause a financial burden if your ex does not pay. Many single parents find themselves in this position after divorce. That is why the Child Support Enforcement Act of 1984 is in place.

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