Families can adopt thru step-parent, kinship, or custodial adoptions.
Child support is based on incomes and medical & daycare expenditures.
Divorce ends a marriage, allows remarriage, divides couple’s assets and debts…
Estate Planning includes drafting Wills and Trusts, Powers of Attorney…
SCHEDULE A CONSULTATION
Meet with us in person or remotely, for your convenience and safety.
REVIEW YOUR CASE
Karen will learn the ins and outs of your case, to provide you with great legal advice.
Our team works with you to develop and implement our strategy.
We look forward to a successful outcome for your family!
Child support in Colorado is determined by a formula. It uses the parties’ incomes to calculate a base amount of support required for each parent and includes adjustments for health insurance, day care, and other agreed-upon expenses. The goal is for the parents to share the costs of raising the children in an equitable way.
Sometimes, the Court may order or parties may agree that a parent’s parenting time needs to be supervised to protect a child’s best interests. Supervision may take place with an agreed-upon person (such as a family member or friend) or with a professional supervisor.
Most people understand the term “guardian” in terms of a person who takes care of a minor child. That is one valid definition, but a guardian in legal terms is broader.
There are several ways to make your child support payments in Colorado.
If you’ve never hired a lawyer before, you should get familiar with how you will be compensating your lawyer.