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May 13, 2020

Beginning July 1, 2020, there are several updated changes to the child support statute that are going to go into effect.  The Colorado Child Support Statute is contained within C.R.S. §14-10-114. 

For most parties that are mediating, going through the divorce process, or who are already divorced, that read this, these updates will not have a significant impact on future modifications or existing support orders.  This post is going to discuss the changes related to the imputation of income in several specific arenas, mandatory school expenses, and uninsured medical expenses as set forth below.

The courts have the authority to find a party, in the cases where maintenance and child support are at i...

April 13, 2020

4/10/2020

Boulder Court Covid-19 Q&A

By Janette Jordan

As a follow up to our previous posting on March 24, 2020, the Boulder County District Court, through the Boulder County Bar Association, hosted an online presentation to answer practitioner’s questions.

Currently as of April 10, 2020, the Courts are rescheduling any and all non-emergency domestic relation matters for dates after May 31, 2020. 

What if I need to mail something?

Due to the need to protect their staff and the public, anything that is being mailed to the Court, either from mediators, CFIs, PREs, or pro se parties are being received on an extremely delayed basis.  It is currently taking approximately two weeks for a filing that has been r...

July 3, 2019

From my many years of experience as a family law attorney, I can assuredly say that one of the most challenging, stressful decisions for those contemplating divorce is finding a lawyer they feel good about and who they can trust to optimally guide them in navigating this major life transition. And for good reason! This decision will have a lasting impact on the trajectory of the case, the costs, and the ultimate outcomes.  

A myriad of personal and emotional challenges come with facing divorce, especially for those who have children. For many people, the legal world is foreign and feels like an additional daunting, intimidating hurdle, and here I’ll help demystify the attorney search process by...

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