Order of the Court to pay child support, alimony, spousal support, or some other type of family maintenance. The child support order is a document from a court that states when, how often, and how much a parent is to pay for child support. The support order is usually incident to an action for divorce, legal separation or paternity, and is generally paid on a monthly basis.
May 16, 2019 Colorado Court of Appeals decision regarding attorney fees in divorce, family law matter under C.R.S 14-10-119. Court vacated attorney fees granted by district court and sent it down on remand. Court granted fathers appeal in regarding to calculation of income as it relates to his workers compensation lump sum settlement. District court erred when calculating income of workers compensation settlement and divided by twelve months. Case sent back down to District court.
Document to relieve the plaintiff of the obligation for personal service by a process server, give up the right to proof of service and giving permission to allow voluntary acceptance of service. This document does not affect any aspect, exclusively just the right to receive notice by formal means.
Parenting Plan Worksheet – Family Law Child Custody Guardianship Document
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This worksheet will help parents put together a parenting plan that meets the needs of their children
as they parent apart. Holiday parenting time worksheet which includes a list of events, holidays, and school breaks in which parenting time will have priority.
A stipulated judgment means that the parties, not the court, resolved the issue. The “judgment” part of the phrase, in basic terms, means that the Court approved the agreement you reached with the other parent. The judge has authority to issue final orders and judgments in contested cases unless they are acting as temporary judges