child support

Can I Modify Child Support Because of COVID-19?

April 10,2020

COVID-19 is causing many changes in our society. Unfortunately, many people are now finding themselves out of work and without a steady paycheck. If you have lost your job or had your pay cut due to COVID-19, what should you do about your child support payments? Changes to Child Support Payments When the court sets […]

Is a Private Judge or Arbitration Right for My Divorce?

July 19,2019

Divorce is one of the most challenging chapters in a person’s life. For many reasons clients such as business executives, celebrities or high net worth individuals want to keep their legal divorce proceedings private and maintain as much control over the process as possible. With mutual consent, a private judge or arbitrator can be used […]

Colorado Child Support Law Changes

July 05,2019

The following changes to C.R.S. § 14-10-115 went into effect in July 2019: Imputation of income.  Pursuant the child support statute, a court can impute (assign) income to a parent based on their earning potential when a parent is underemployed or voluntarily unemployed. Previously, the statute provided that the court could not impute income to […]

Thinking of Getting a Divorce? Here’s What You Need to Know.

October 15,2018

Studies have shown that the experience of separation and divorce are so traumatic as to rank second only to the death of a close loved one in terms of emotional turmoil, pain, and stress. Not only is divorce accompanied by feelings of guilt, rejection, embarrassment, and anger, but the process also causes fear and uncertainty […]

Advice on Child Custody Disputes

May 22,2018

We frequently deal with high-conflict parenting disputes in our family law team. Many clients call these “custody battles.” Over the next few weeks we’re going to have several posts on various issues such as Parental Responsibilities Evaluators, a checklist for what a divorce attorney would ask about at trial, and the like. The below is […]

New Tax Act Brings Changes to the Child Tax Credit

February 23,2018

With 2018 in full swing, there have been tax changes that recently passed that double the amount Colorado families can claim under the Child Tax Credit. In 2018, the previous $1,000 tax credit for each child was increased to $2,000.  The Child Tax Credit applies for each child under the age of 17.  The Act […]