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Help kids cope with divorce: Here's how

When you filed for divorce in a Colorado court, you knew the decision would have a significant impact on your children's lives. You no doubt had already weighed the issues of whether it would be better to stay in your marriage or move on in life without your spouse. Like all good parents, you want what is best for your kids. The good news is that children are typically resilient and adaptable to new or changing situations.

So You Think You've Agreed to Modify Child Support

Often times effective co-parents agree between themselves to modify child support. This may occur for a variety of reasons; changes in income or expenses, agreements to change parenting time, or simply to ease the burden on a parent in times of financial stress. While working collaboratively with the other parent is always in the child's best interests it is absolutely integral that parents obtain the Court's approval and a new support order when making changes. The consequences can otherwise be dire and make a good co-parenting relationship go bad.

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