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Divorce and Family Law ResourcesDivorce Do’s and Don’ts A Marriage Diagnostic Check There is Life After Divorce The Five Love Languages Better Communication for a Stronger Marriage Document Requirements in Colorado Divorce Marriage Rules in Colorado Divorce FAQ
Child Support Resource LinksColorado Child Support Calculator Colorado Division of Child Support Services Establishing Paternity in Colorado Child Support FAQ
Child Custody Resource LinksChild Custody in Colorado Best Interests of the Child Child Custody FAQ
Spousal Support/Alimony Resource LinksUnderstanding Alimony in Colorado Does Adultery Affect Alimony Awards?
Property Division Resource LinksDividing Property in Colorado Divorce Property Division Factors in Colorado
Divorce Alternatives in ColoradoAnnulment Basics in Colorado Legal Separation – No Children Forms Differences Between Legal Separation & Divorce Benefits of a Legal Separation
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Can I Stop Paying Child Support if My Ex Won’t Let Me See My Kids?
When a parent keeps their children from the other during court-ordered parenting time, it is common to have questions regarding child support, such as can you stop paying child support if your ex won’t let you see your children? Don’t Stop Paying Child Support! While stopping child support is a natural response to losing parenting time, it is not legal to do so. Parenting time and child support are separate issues that are handled independently …
Are Child Custody Orders Permanent in Colorado?
Generally, child custody orders are issued in legal separations, divorce actions, and paternity actions. What many parents don’t realize at first is that the family courts see child custody orders as open-ended. Meaning, they are subject to change. There are many valid reasons why a child custody order may need to be changed. Often, child custody orders are modified because the child’s needs or activities change, because of a job change, a new spouse, a relocation, an illness or a disability. Sometimes, …