Contrary to popular belief, a Colorado family law court's child custody orders will not be completely set in stone. Certain scenarios may present themselves in which either the payer of child support or the recipient can apply to change the amount that is paid.
There's no doubt about it. Raising kids in the modern era is expensive and without additional financial help, Colorado parents could have trouble making financial ends meet. This is where child support comes into play.
Child abuse can go unreported for a long time because it takes a while before people in the community notice it. Perhaps the abuse doesn't get noticed until a doctor, dentist, teacher, therapist or someone else notices the tell-tale signs of bruises and other unexplainable injuries on the child's body.