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What are the major factors in determining parenting time?

Parenting time is an important aspect of all divorce cases involving children. Colorado law accepts that in most cases the best interests of the child are served when there is contact between the child and both parents. As a result, the court will in most cases attempt to create an agreement that maximizes this contact. In all decisions regarding parenting time, the best interests of the child and the child's personal desires are held in paramount importance.

How do you modify spousal support in Colorado?

It's not uncommon for spousal support rulings in Colorado to have predefined end dates. For instance, the spousal support may end when the recipient remarries or enters into a cohabitation relationship with another person. A spousal support order may also end after a certain period, such as five years. Sometimes, though, one party may find it necessary to modify the support order before that termination date.

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