Throughout the divorce process, many parents strive to shield their children from any divorce-related conflict. As the adults, you feel that it’s unfair to put your children in the middle of adult problems. This is sometimes difficult when it comes to receiving the court-ordered child support.
When one parent chooses not to pay or not maintain employment that enables them to pay, it hurts your children, not just you. The good news is that the state of Colorado is on your side when it comes to parents who are voluntarily underemployed to avoid their child support responsibilities.