Under Colorado law, the stipulations for child support are addressed in the family court. The court will look at the gross incomes of both parties, excluding any benefits from current marriages, which are protected from discovery under the law.
Complications come when the circumstances aren’t so cut and dried. You will want the help of an Aurora lawyer when it comes to the considerations of unemployment, control of funds – did you know that Colorado law does not allow a parent who is paying child support to have a say in how that money is spent? – any extraordinary medical expenses, tax issues, and length of the obligation.
So, there are a lot of things to know – important issues like these, that will affect so many lives, should be well understood by divorcing parents concerned with child support. Trust the associates of Parker Lawyers to be able to explain all the issues involved. Call 303-841-9525. Know where you stand with the help of an Aurora lawyer.