When families with children separate, child support is usually one of the matters to be resolved.
The Colorado statute governing child support is sometimes confusing and allows discretion and deviations in certain situations. The statute has been amended numerous times in the last 25 years, and it is currently the lengthiest section in the state’s Uniform Dissolution of Marriage Act.
Here’s where our experience matters.
At Dale E. Johnson, P.C., we’ve been practicing Colorado family law for more than 40 years. We’re familiar with the intricacies of the Colorado statute and can work efficiently and effectively to help you make sure your child is appropriately supported.
Our process begins with organization.
Because of the complexity of the child support statute, it is important to have accurate and documented evidence of all sources of income and all expenses for the children. Good record keeping is essential to both analyze and present the case for an appropriate child support order.
We can help you organize those facts and documents to determine, as closely as possible, the child support level. Organization and experience allow us to assist clients in reaching resolution on child support matters efficiently and effectively.
To learn more, see our Helpful Information page on Child Support or call us at 303.666.4468.