Child support is an amount of money ordered by the court or by a county child support enforcement unit to be paid to one parent to the other.
In Colorado, the amount of child support is determined through the use of child support formulas. Factors taken into account include the gross monthly income of each party, the amount of time the child spends with each parent, child care expenses, the cost of the child’s medical insurance, and any extraordinary needs of the child. Occasionally other adjustments also apply.
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