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Denver Child Support Attorneys

Child Support Establishment, Modification, and Enforcement in Colorado

Families go through many significant changes following a divorce. Dividing property, finding a new residence, and custody issues may be necessary and can be very complicated. When the child resides with one parent, the other parent is ordinarily required to pay child support in Colorado. Child support is compensation supplied by one parent to the other parent to aid in the support of their shared child. Child support ordinarily ends when the child turns 18 or upon completion of high school. The amount of child support will be determined by family court and is based on child support guidelines or an amount determined by the Court to be reasonable.

Parental Responsibilities in Colorado

The cost of raising a child is very expensive, and both the husband and wife are legally responsible for the care of their shared child. In the state, child support is generally determined in accordance with statutory guidelines based primarily on the parents' gross incomes and the number of overnights each parent has with his/her children. The child support will aid in providing medical care, education, and other care that is needed for a healthy and proper upbringing. Guidelines for child support may be provided by many jurisdictions indicating what fraction of a parent's income will go toward child support. Call Kaplan Law L.L.C. today for assistance in your child custody and family law matters.

Call a Colorado Child Support Lawyer at (303) 458-5500 Today

Kaplan Law L.L.C. is a distinguished law firm representing all types of family law cases in Colorado's Front Range, as well as throughout the state. We have offices conveniently located in Boulder and Denver to serve our family law clients. The experienced child support attorneys and support staff at Kaplan Law use our knowledge of Colorado family law and our outstanding legal expertise to quickly resolve your child support matters. If you are involved in a situation where the services of an experienced Denver family lawyer are needed, contact an attorney by calling (303) 458-550.

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