Divorced parents who raise their children separately usually run into some rough patches along the way, especially if the divorce was particularly difficult. It's a tale as old as child custody law itself, where parents who dislike each other or hold grudges from their marriage use their children to punish or reward behavior in each other.
Getting divorced in Colorado is a time-consuming and expensive process. Many people assume that the final terms of their divorce are effectively set in stone. However, it is actually possible to change aspects of your child custody agreement or your child support order after a divorce.