Miami, FL asked in Child Support, Divorce and Family Law for Colorado

Q: Am going through a divorce in Colorado, and been paying child support for the last year does she have to report it?

It would be for the financial affidavit, she receives $1000 a month from me but reports only receiving 300 from “support”. They filed this on May 30th 2019 and I haven’t received anything until I was called and told verbally by her attorney today Aug. 31 2019. Feeling lost as to what to do because child support has been taking 65% of my check due to temporary circumstances on her end right before the court hearing and then conveniently changed after I was ordered to pay a rediculous amount. Any help would be appreciated. *I am in arrears, $956 a month in CS is what is court ordered though, $12/ hour due to job market 40 a week= $1920/ month before taxes and child support.

1 Lawyer Answer
Sabra M. Janko
Sabra M. Janko
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A: It sounds like you may be paying child support arrears. She would report the regular child support amount, however would not necessarily include arrears payments because that is not part of the regular child support amount.

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