Frequently Asked Colorado Alimony Questions
Colorado Alimony (Maintenance): (See Colorado Revised Statutes, Title 14, Article 10, Section 114)
If you are dealing with an alimony-related issue, the attorneys at Plog & Stein, P.C. are here to help you. This includes fighting for our clients in matters concerning establishment, modification, and enforcement of alimony (Maintenance) orders. Our Denver divorce attorneys have created this page of commonly asked alimony questions for your benefit. We hope you find the answers you need for your questions!
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- Initial Determinations
- What is alimony?
- Does my overtime count as income for alimony purposes?
- How does alimony affect child support?
- How long does alimony run?
- Is alimony tax deductible?
- What factors does a court look at when determining alimony?
- What Is the Alimony Formula in Colorado?
- What is the temporary maintenance formula?
- Is there an adjustment to the maintenance (alimony) formula?
- Modification and Enforcement
- Do I still have to pay my alimony if I lose my job?
- My husband’s income has doubled since our divorce was done. Can I get my alimony raised?
- My Ex-spouse Is Getting Remarried. What do I have to do to stop Alimony Payments?
- My wife is not paying me my alimony. What can I do?
- Can I garnish alimony from my wife’s pay?