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Paying child support can help your Colorado custody case

Divorce is a convoluted, frustrating process. You may not have been expecting it when you were served with divorce papers. If your former spouse filed for divorce, he or she may have received temporary custody during the proceedings without any input from you. Even worse, now you're expected to pay child support for the children you rarely get to see. If your divorce is contentious, your former spouse may intentionally shorten or even cancel your visitation as means of punishing you. It can be tempting to withhold child support in that situation, but doing so could create serious legal issues for you.

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