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Not every child support case is clear cut. You may have questions and concerns if you're paying child support to the custodial parent, but there's no court order in effect. Additionally, matters can get complicated when you've recently found out...

If you are paying child support, then you should know that a new law (House Bill 19-1215) has made changes to current requirements in Colorado. Some of these new provisions may impact your obligations as of today and in the future. Below is a quick...

Working out a custody arrangement is often challenging for a divorcing couple. That's why a lot of parents ask the courts to intervene in the allocation of the duties, child support payments, and visitation arrangements.

According to ...