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How to handle the holidays after a divorce in Colorado

After a divorce, holidays can be difficult for both the parents and children. Since emotions such as anger, sadness, fear and betrayal can emerge, the loss of traditions could be devastating. Despite these feelings, parents need to focus on their children during this time.

Co-parenting with an ex-spouse

Divorced parents in Colorado may have to work to develop an efficient co-parenting arrangement to ensure that the needs of their children will be met. A co-parenting couple should be aware that their relationship can be challenging and is likely to change throughout the years.

Payroll deductions make it easier to collect child support

Parents in Colorado who pay or receive child support might be interested in learning about how efficient payroll deductions are when it comes to collecting support. According to the Office of Child Support Enforcement, collecting payments via electronic forms, in particular through payroll deductions, is a highly efficient way to do this.

Common sense can help parents in child support matters

A Colorado parent who gets a divorce may either owe child support or receive child support payments. The amount of those payments will generally be determined by a judge. However, there are steps that parents can take to prepare for a child support hearing. Ideally, parents will not be late for their meetings, and they should prepare to show up early to create a good first impression.

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