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June 3, 2024 | Child Support

What Happens If You Fail to Make Your Child Support Payments in Colorado?

Failing to make court-ordered child support can result in serious consequences, including incarceration. However, options may be available to help if you find yourself in financial difficulty and unable to make payments. An experienced Boulder family attorney from Stahly Mehrtens Miner LLC can review your circumstances and guide you toward a resolution in your child…

March 25, 2024 | Child Support

How Does Remarriage Affect Child Support in Colorado?

In most cases, the remarriage of either parent does not affect child support in Colorado. A parent’s remarriage is not a statutory reason to modify a child support obligation because a new spouse’s income is not considered when calculating child support from a previous relationship. There are few circumstances where remarriage may affect child support…

Why You Might Need a Divorce Lawyer Even with a Prenup

What is a Prenup? A prenup or prenuptial agreement is a legal contract signed by future spouses before marriage created by the Uniform Premarital and Marital Agreements Act in 1983. Colorado adopted this act in 2014 under Colorado Stat. §14-2-301. A prenup defines property rights and financial obligations between future spouses. It designates the division of…

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