In last week’s post, we discussed some of the criteria for getting child support orders modified. For people who are going through a situation that meets those criteria, seeking modification of child support orders can be a time-consuming process. In some cases, the need to modify child support orders in Colorado has to do with a change in child custody.
No matter what the reason for child support modification, we understand that you deserve to have your interests protected. We also know that your child’s interests have to be protected as well, since that is the top priority in all cases involving children.
The process for getting child support and child custody orders modified can be anxiety-producing. We will work with you to take some of the stress out of the process so that you can focus on raising your child and living your life. While you are doing that, we will go over your case to ensure that everything on your end is taken care of in a way that properly illustrates your side of the story.
We also know that there are some instances in which the child support or child custody modifications might not be what your child’s other parent wants to happen. When that occurs, the other parent might not comply with the modifications. That can lead to other issues that can cause additional stress for you and your child. We understand that you need the orders to be followed. We can work with you to ensure that you are using appropriate legal avenues to get the compliance you need.