It is a hearing to modify current child support. and to let you know also that I have the Child Support enforcement unit involved in this case. There were the ones that sent me a letter. The notice of the hearing is callled the Obligors motion to modify child support. there is an intervenor for the for Arapahoe County dep. of human services present. Currently he is not paying anything and the la time he did so was in Sept 2012
I started the case on him, but he took it to court instead. I just heard from a friend of mine, that the state of Colorado is basing their chiod support decisions on the amount the child resides primarily? I am not sure however. THe intervenor is representing the State of Colorado I guess. I hope this helps.
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