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Colorado Divorce - How Does Child Support Differ for Disabled Children?

Colorado law requires that parents pay child support until their child is legally emancipated, i.e., the earliest of when the child turns 19, graduates from high school, joins the military, gets ...
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Child Support in Colorado - How to Deal With Extraordinary Medical Expenses

Every Colorado divorce or Allocation of Parental Responsibilities case involving a child also involves child support. Usually, the child support calculation dictates that one parent pays the other ...
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How Divorce Can Affect Your Children

Oftentimes, divorce is a complicated and emotionally draining process. Not only are the divorcing parents affected, but individuals outside of the relationship, especially children, also face serious ...
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Jeffco, Arapahoe, Boulder, El Paso Counties Find Success in New Approach to Help Parents Pay Child Support

By Amy Johnson, Esq. Colorado parents' payments of child support obligations are ahead of the national average, but still significantly lacking. The Coloradan reported on January 3, 2015, that ...
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How the Government Shutdown Affects Your Divorce or Child Custody Matter

By James S. Margulis, Esq. The 2013 government shutdown that has impacted millions of federal workers and lawmakers appears to be nowhere close to a solution, nearly two weeks after the government ...
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Costs of Raising a Child

By James S. Margulis, Esq. http://www.9news.com/news/article/350296/188/Cost-to-raise-a-child-rises-23-percent-since-1960 As set forth in this article, it should come as no surprise that the costs of ...
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Mandatory Financial Disclosures in Family Law Cases in Colorado

By James S. Margulis, Esq. Colorado Rule of Civil Procedure 16.2 (e)(7) requires certain financial disclosures in every family law case as it pertains to the equitable distribution of assets and ...
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