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When Does Child Support End in Colorado?
When Does Child Support End in Colorado?

Each state has enacted its own laws regarding child support – how much it is, how it ends, and when it can be modified. Generally, child support ends when a child reaches the age of 18, 19, or 21 (in New York) in the United States. While many states require that a ...

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Blog Posts in 2018

  • Cheating Spouses Leave Behind Digital Trails

    Cheating spouses and criminals seem to have something in common...leaving behind evidence. “Students of human behavior have speculated that people ...

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  • License Suspensions for Failure to Pay Child Support in CO

    Do you hold a professional license? If you’re a real estate agent, an accountant, a doctor or nurse, a veterinarian, a teacher, a notary, or the ...

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  • What You Must Know About Establishing Paternity in Colorado

    To “ establish paternity ” means to determine who the legal father of a child is. When a child is born to married parents, the law automatically ...

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  • Domestic Violence Restraining Orders in Denver

    Are you a victim of spousal abuse or is your husband or wife abusing your children? If your spouse is threatening imminent bodily harm upon you or ...

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  • Rights of Stay-At-Home Parents in Divorce

    In the face of divorce , stay-at-home moms and dads face unique challenges. Usually, they have been financially dependent on their breadwinner spouse ...

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  • Can I Stop Paying Child Support if I Can't See My Kids?

    Unfortunately, this happens more than child custody attorneys would like to admit: The mother and father aren’t getting along or the mother is bitter ...

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  • Avoiding Parental Alienation

    Divorce is hard, but it’s much more challenging when the spouses are constantly at war before, during and after the divorce process. As a general ...

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  • Finding a Missing Parent for Child Support

    Are you a parent whose former spouse has gone MIA and is not paying child support? Or, perhaps you were never married to your child’s other parent, ...

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  • Can a Father Win Sole Custody in Colorado?

    Thirty years ago, mothers almost always ended up with custody of the children in a divorce. This wasn’t just the case here in Colorado, that was the ...

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