Child support is intended to help assure a child receives financial and medical support from each parent. Typically, the parent who does not have primary custody over the child pays child support to the other parent.
Contrary to the perception of child support in our culture, the payment is for the benefit of the child, not the parent. Regardless of how the parents may feel about each other, it is important to remember that child support helps provide the necessary essentials for the child.
Colorado has specific guidelines for determining the amount of child support. If you are interested in learning more about child support in Denver, click the button below to schedule your free consultation today.