Child Support

Child Support

As required by law, each parent must provide financial support to his or her child, even when both parents are divorced. Child support is often a contentious issue between most parents, as there can be tense disagreements over each parent’s financial situations. At Dart Law, Attorney Josh Dart and his legal team can guide you through Colorado’s child support laws and establish a fair and reasonable child support amount that both parties can agree on.

In Colorado, child support is calculated by using a statutory formula that takes into account:

Each parent’s incomes

Time spent with child

Number of children

It is important for both parents to be honest and open about their economic situation. If you believe there is unreported income or hidden income involved, we can help you identify these sources. We have the experience and resources to resolve your child support matter quickly and efficiently.

Enforcing Non-Payment of Child Support
If the other parent is not paying child support, you may be able to pursue a civil contempt action against the non-paying party. If your request is granted by a judge, the court may be able to collect overdue support through wage garnishments, liens, establishing a payment plan for the delinquent parent, or other remedies.

If you are having difficulty keeping up with child support payments due to financial hardship, you may be able to request a modification to reduce the required amount. It is important to have an attorney review whether your situation warrants a modification. 

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Denver, Colorado 80202

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Fort Collins, Colorado 80524

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