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Can Workers’ Compensation Be Taken for Child Support?
Can Workers’ Compensation Be Taken for Child Support?

Workers’ compensation is a no-fault system. Meaning, if a worker is injured in a workplace accident or if they become sick with an occupational disease, the worker can file a workers’ compensation claim regardless of their own degree of fault. While workers’ compensation ...

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Blog posts in Child Support

  • Can I Change a Child Support Order in Colorado?

    If you’re getting a divorce for the first time, or if you’re new to the world of child support orders, you may not fully understand how they work. For ...

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  • License Suspensions for Child Support in Colorado

    If you are recently separated or divorced and you have been ordered to pay child support, it’s important that you understand what can happen if you ...

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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 ...

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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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  • 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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  • Factors That Are Considered When Determining Child Support

    In simple terms, child support is an ongoing, periodic payment made for the benefit of a child following a divorce or separation, usually made from ...

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  • Establishing Paternity in Colorado

    Sometimes parenthood is a planned event, and sometimes it’s not. Either way, once you become a parent, your life will never be the same. What if the ...

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  • Post Secondary Education Costs

    A court may order parents to pay postsecondary education costs. “If the court finds that it is appropriate for the parents to contribute to the costs ...

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  • Amnesty for Delinqent Child Support Payers

    In Durham County, the Social Services department held a special amnesty day to give non-custodial parents a chance to stop running and hiding from the ...

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