Frequently Asked Colorado Modification Questions
Modifications in Family Law: (See Colorado Revised Statutes, Title 14, Article 10, Sections 122, 129 & 131)
When your Arapahoe County divorce concludes or permanent custody is resolved in your Douglas County matter, the reality is that the future may hold return trips to court for purposes of changing orders. At Plog & Stein, P.C., our Denver family law attorneys are well versed in all aspects of modifying custody, child support, and alimony. Below are various frequently asked modification questions posed to our attorneys over the years.Discover Your Rights Regarding Modification Below.
Modifying Child Support
- How far back can I modify child support?
- I just had a new baby. Can I modify my child support?
- My ex quit her job and wants to lower the child support she pays. Can she do that?
- Our orders let my wife claim the tax exemption for our child each year. Can I modify that?
- What is the standard for modifying child support?
Modifying Restraining Orders