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December 2017 Archives

Child support question in same-sex divorce case

Gay and lesbian couples in Colorado have availed themselves of the right to legally marry in our state since even before the U.S. Supreme Court's ruling in the Obergefell case. With marriage, some are finding, come a number of legal issues. Unfortunately, same-sex family law is in some cases left trying to catch up to the realities of same-sex marriage.

How are child support payments made in El Paso County?

When couples with children divorce, so much time and effort frequently goes into determining the amount of financial support a child will need and which parent will pay how much. Because this period leading up to a court's order for child support is so often the subject of focus, let's take a moment to look at just what happens after child support is awarded. In day-to-day life here in El Paso County, how are child support payments made and received?

Supporting Colorado Springs clients in alimony matters

After last week's post on our Colorado Springs family law blog, readers may be left feeling like much of what they thought they know about alimony is wrong. The truth is that alimony can be a nuanced issue for a couple to deal with during a divorce, which is why many will turn to a family law professional for support.

Emotional preparation can help as you go through a divorce

Getting ready for a divorce takes planning, which is only possible if you know that the petition is going to be filed soon. Many people focus on the physical ways that they can prepare, such as gathering documents, but it is also important that you prepare emotionally for what is to come.

Helping you obtain a favorable child support order

Anyone who has had a child understands that it is expensive to raise kids. As a child ages, their needs and wants change. This can significantly alter how much parents spend on a child each year. When parents in Colorado and elsewhere divorce, these financial needs to not change for the child. However, divorced parents need to carefully assess and address the issue of child support.

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