In Colorado and across the United States, failure to pay child support becomes an issue when it is difficult to find the supporting parent. It is important to ascertain the noncustodial parent's physical address, and locating the noncustodial parent involves research via various documents. Providing information to the county Child Support Enforcement Unit can help locate a missing parent. For instance, CSEU employees will want to know the noncustodial parent's first, middle and last name and all previous names.
Parents who share custody of a minor child in Colorado may face challenges when trying to co-parent. During summer months, there are important steps that parents can take to make these difficulties easier.
Your reasons for staying in your marriage may have changed as years passed. Perhaps at first you remained married because your children were young. Maybe you soon realized you could not survive financially if you left your spouse. Now, perhaps, you stay because you are reluctant to leave after investing so many years in the relationship.