Colorado Child Support

How Greenwood Village Child Support Lawyers Can Help

colorado child support attorneyFor anyone with children, the ability to care for your child is one of the most important things in your life. During a child support case, or a divorce with children, one of the most important issues relating to child custody is child support. Many issues of parental responsibility and custody are extremely complicated, and child support is no exception. A formula defined in the Colorado Revised Statutes determines the amount of child support paid by the non-custodial parent. The experienced Colorado family law lawyers at Ammarell Deasy can help protect your rights in a child support case. From ensuring that the custodial parent gets the assistance that he or she needs, to making sure that the payment required of the non-custodial parent is fair, Ammarell Deasy, LLP has helped numerous Colorado men and women in child support cases.
Colorado Child Support
Of all the issues in divorce and family law, child support is one of the most misunderstood by clients. If you are involved in a child support case, whether through of a divorce or a parental responsibilities action, it is vital that your Colorado child support law firm understands each aspect of child support, and know how to advocate the best possible situation for you and your children. Ammarell Deasy works with both men and women, always fighting for the rights of the client, as well as the best interests of the children.

How Child Support Is Determined

The formula that is typically used to set child support in Colorado considers a variety of factors, including the income of each parent, the number of children, how many nights the children spend with the non-custodial parent, and day care and healthcare costs. While in most cases, the actual child support is based on a formula, the actual data that goes can sometimes be negotiated based on the specific details of the case. It is also important to understand that in some cases, exceptional circumstances may be taken into consideration that may impact the actual child support to be paid. It is important to have an experienced Colorado child support law firm who can help you negotiate the factors that are used to determine child support.

The Payment of Child Support Is An Ongoing Process

It is also important to understand that, as long as your children are minors (under the age of 19 years old), child support may be an ongoing process. Changes in employment status, changes in income, and changes in the children’s circumstances can significantly affect the child support calculation, and as such you should be prepared for the possibility that the issue may come up periodically until your children are adults. In the case of disabled children, child support issues may continue even longer, if your children are unable to care for themselves.

Contact the experienced Colorado child support lawyers at Ammarell Deasy, LLP today to discuss your child support or divorce case. Ammarell Deasy understands that, after ensuring that children receive the love, compassion, and nurturing care that they need, the next most important thing to many parents is that the custodial parent is financially able to provide those things that the children need. They also understand that child support is intended to be for the children, and not the parent. Ammarell Deasy can help negotiate the issues that are used to determine child support, and assist with any ongoing child support concerns that you may have as either the custodial or non-custodial parent. For more information, call (303) 470-3020 or use the contact form on this website today.


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