Child custody & Support
The attorneys at Fisher & Associates have years of experience handling the toughest custody cases. Whether you are battling for custody, parenting time, or your family’s financial security, you need a dedicated Denver Child Custody Attorney on your side, fighting for you and your children. We take the time to get to know our clients and walk a day in their shoes because at Fisher & Associates, our clients and their children always come first.
Denver Child Support and Custody Lawyers
The Denver Family Lawyers at Fisher & Associates know that one of the most important issues in any family law case with children is financial child support. Child support is the court ordered maintenance for your children and applies regardless of custody. That’s why it’s so important to have an experienced and dedicated child custody and support attorney on your side, fighting for you and your family.
In Colorado, child support can include:
- Cash payments based on income and need
- Health insurance or medical support
- Child care payments
- Education expenses
- Extracurricular activities
Our attorneys know how child support payments are calculated. We can help navigate the system and law, and give you every opportunity to ensure you and your children get the best possible results. Call us at (303) 779-5300 today to speak with an attorney about your child support questions.
How A Denver Family Lawyer Can Help
At Fisher & Associates, we understand how important it is to make sure your children are financially secure. We are here to help you gain and maintain your relationship with your children, ensuring that their needs are met, and all while protecting your own financial freedom. Colorado law imposes a difficult burden on certain spouses, and that’s why a Denver Family Lawyer can make all the difference. Our skilled attorneys can help identify the sources and solutions to this often highly contested and difficult issue, which can be a spouse or former spouse’s:
- Gross Income
- Potential Income
- Verifiable Income
- Pre-existing financial obligations
- Responsibility to other children
- Contributions to Post-Secondary Education
- And more
Colorado Child Support Law
Colorado law guarantees all children the right to receive proper medical care and financial support from their parents and guardians. The responsibility for a child’s medical care and financial support is usually determined by applying a formula that considers all sources of income, expenses, and the distribution of parenting time, including:
- Monthly gross incomes of each party
- Age and needs of each child
- Amount of time the child spends with each parent, particularly overnight stays
- Number of children involved
- Health insurance costs
- Daycare costs or any other work related child care expenses
- Whether a parent is currently paying Child Support for another child
While child support calculations may seem easy, there actually many subtle factors that can complicate the process, and require special care and attention. Working with an experienced child support attorney on your side can make all the difference, and means you and your child’s interests will be put front and center.
Once the child support calculations have been processed, your child’s financial support will continue until they are emancipated – meaning 19 years old or graduating from high school. Colorado makes special exceptions for children with disabilities.
By choosing to work with our experienced and knowledgeable child support attorneys, you can rest assured that we will fight to reach the most favorable resolution that protects and supports the financial futures of you and your children. Call us today at (303) 779-5300 to set up a free consultation with one of our attorneys to get your questions answered and learn more about how we can help simplify this complicated process.