Colorado Divorce Laws | Alimony

Colorado

In the state of Colorado, not all cases of divorce involve the dispute of support from one spouse to another. The obligation of financial spousal support, whether judged as a temporary or permanent basis is usually judged on a case by case basis. Support that judged to be paid to a spouse by the courts will be judged without the factor of marital misconduct and will consider several factors. Financial records of the party seeking support, the period of time deemed necessary to acquire just means to find appropriate employment. The standard of living established during the marriage. The duration of the marriage. The age, as well as the physical and emotional condition of the spouse seeking support. The ability of the spouse to complete the rendered payment to the spouse seeking support.

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