Child Support


Child support is a regular, ongoing payment made by one parent to the other parent to support a child. Child support payments are court-ordered. Courts in Colorado use a formula to calculate child support. 

Once a child support order is entered by a court, child support payments can be paid through the Family Support Registry, or FSR without the two parents ever having to talk to each other.  For more information about the Family Support Registry, click here.

More information on other family law issues.
List of courts by county.

If you or someone you know needs help on this topic, click here for some Denver-based and national organizations that may help you.

To see Colorado statutes on child support, click here.