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Calculating Colorado Child Support: Understanding C.R.S. 14-10-115 and New Income Imputation Standards

By Stephen J. Plog When navigating through the complexities of child support in Colorado, the primary relevant statute attorneys look to is C.R.S. 14-10-115. The statutory sections provides specific guidelines for determining child support obligations.  Those guidelines set forth the Legislature’s numerical determination of what specific monetary figure a child needs for

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What Am I Entitled to in a Divorce in Colorado?

If divorce is on the horizon for you and your spouse, you know that the division of assets is likely going to be an issue. And when you are gearing up for a potential fight over property and finances, it’s best to ask, What am I entitled to in a divorce? The

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When to File to Modify Parenting Time in Colorado

When you split from a spouse or partner who is the other parent of your child, your initial parenting time order from the family court will likely not be your last. A lot can change regarding your child’s needs from year to year (or even more frequently), and you may need to

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What Military Members Should Know When Divorcing

Research on divorce in the United States has primarily focused on the impact of marital dissolution on the civilian population. However, like many civilians who struggle with balancing multiple roles, military members face additional unique challenges during a divorce. U.S. service members often experience numerous and potentially lengthy deployments, sudden station changes,

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Who Can Get an Order of Protection in Colorado?

Colorado allows certain individuals to request an order of protection in limited circumstances. Victims of the following crimes can get an order of protection: Domestic abuse, Stalking Sexual abuse, Unlawful sexual contact, Abuse of the elderly or an at-risk adult, or Physical assault, threat, or other situation. Additionally, Colorado criminal courts automatically

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What Can Be Divided in a Military Divorce in Colorado?

Few life experiences are as stressful as ending a marriage. While the overall divorce rate in the country has declined over the past few decades, marital dissolution for those in the military has climbed since 2001 and reached an all-time high in 2011. High divorce rates and complex family dynamics and living

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Can I Use Social Media During My Divorce?

Social media use has grown significantly throughout the past two decades, changing nearly every aspect of people’s lives. Despite the various benefits that social media brings, it also has a high potential for adversely impacting emotions, relationships, and family dynamics. These negative repercussions are often highlighted when spouses use social media to

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The PROs & CONs of an Uncontested Divorce in Colorado

Nobody enters into marriage hoping it will end in divorce. Nevertheless, couples choose to seek a divorce for a variety of reasons each and every day. In fact, according to the National Center for Health Statistics, in 2021, the divorce rate in Colorado was 2.9 divorces per 1,000 residents. If you are

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