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As full-time family and divorce mediators for many years, we know firsthand the very real benefits of divorce and child custody mediation, and many folks approaching divorce have heard mediation can save costs and time, and preserve control over their after-divorce futures.
If a paradigm is a way of looking at matters, and a paradigm shift is a change in how we approach a problem, over the last decade, there has been a paradigm shift in family law. Increasingly, family lawyers and litigants have been looking to alternative dispute resolution to explore settlement options and negotiate agreements more efficiently and effectively, with the assistance of a neutral third party.
Here, at The Latest!, you’ll find the latest news and information regarding Colorado divorce law and other Colorado divorce information or topics of interest to parties considering mediation of their Colorado divorce.
Colorado uses a Schedule of Basic Child Support Guidelines, which is calculated on the incomes of both parents and the cost of day care. In Colorado, child support must be paid until the minor child reaches the age of 19, or graduates from high school, whichever comes later. The court may also require that the parent pay for college after age 19, but these payments will not be made to the parent with whom the child lives. Instead, child support payments after age 19 go to the child or the college.
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