A Child Support Agreement that Provides Financial Stability
As housing costs in Denver continue to rise at a rate that outpaces the rest of the country, a divorce requiring two homes can be incredibly expensive. We understand this struggle, and we approach each child support case with compassion and a goal to find an agreement that all parties can live with.
In most cases, the child support amounts are determined during the divorce proceedings. However, to stay current with your child’s financial needs, your arrangements may need to be re-examined and adjusted from time to time.
Collecting Child Support Arrears
In some cases, one parent may fail to meet their child support obligations. Back-owed child support, also known as child support arrears, can be collected once a judgment has been made about the amount owed. The parent who is owed the child support can demand payment for this amount as a debtor, meaning they can have a lien on property issued, or the debtor’s bank account can be garnished.
Though the process is never pleasant, it is relatively straightforward. We can work with you to file a verified entry of support judgment motion so that you can legally collect the money that is owed to you.
If you need to collect child support arrears or you’re seeking to receive child support for the first time, our dedicated team of attorneys can help. As the custodial parent, we’ll help you understand your rights and work with you to ensure that they’re protected.
To discuss your child support payments or to work with an attorney on your plan, contact the Law Offices of Brian S. Popp for a consultation.