Q&A: How is child support calculated? Colorado Family Law Attorney Marlana Caruso Answers
How is child support calculated?
Child support is calculated in Colorado through an algorithm. So it takes into consideration things like income for both of the parties, any maintenance that may be paid or received, overnights that are allotted to the non-primary parent, any type of deductions that are warranted – whether that be insurance or tuition costs or support for other children. So all of those things go into a calculation, and that calculation provides you a support amount.
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