Child Support

Child Support

FAQ: We Answer Your Questions About Family Law Appeals

August 21, 2023

The district court or magistrate often has the last word in family law disputes. Often — but not always. If you’ve been shocked by an u...

Your Roadmap through the Family Law Appeals Process

Jul 31, 2023

Is there a feeling more nerve-wracking than the one you get waiting for a family court judge to issue a decision? After all, these ruli...

What You Need to Know about Contempt of Court in Colorado Family Law Cases

Apr 10, 2023

The rule of law philosophy assumes that good people will follow it. Unfortunately, people are not always on their best behavior outside...

Learn the Frequently Used Terms in Your Colorado Family Law Case

Apr 6, 2023

You’re probably familiar with terms such as “child custody” and “alimony.” However, you may not hear thos...

FAQ: We Answer Your Questions About Child Support

Mar 1, 2023

If you are getting divorced and have children, it’s important to familiarize yourself with Colorado child support laws. Whether y...

What are My Rights if I Don’t Have a Custody Agreement in Colorado?

Feb 2, 2023

Some parents who aren’t together anymore decide to keep custody issues out of the court and simply trust each other to do right by thei...

What Should I Know About Colorado Paternity Laws?

Sep 13, 2022

As more couples conceive children outside of marriage, it is up to mothers and fathers to establish paternity. Why? Because the state c...

Men’s Rights During Divorce

Sep 13, 2022

For many years, family law was not particularly friendly to men. Courts often relied on antiquated gender roles to make decisions about...

How a Lawyer Can Help with Your DNA Test

Sep 8, 2022

Paternity cases involving genetic testing are common in the practice of family law. The stakes can get pretty high. A paternity suit ru...

Why You Need to Establish Paternity in Colorado

Sep 7, 2022

When a woman gives birth to a child – unless she carried another couple’s fertilized embryo to term – there’s no doub...

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