The Child support law of Colorado is devised to ensure that the kids are well attended to after their parents separate. The primary objective of the law is to allot responsibility of the financial obligations for the child on one parent and bestowing accountability of the child’s well being on the other parent. It is typically the financially more stable and prosperous parent who is ordered to provide child support.
If the financially well off parent is designated as the guardian of the child then the court may decide against any child support, primarily because the parent who is the custodian of the child wouldn’t need the child support and the other partner may not be in a situation to provide for it either.
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