COLORADO CHILD SUPPORT GUIDELINE
The Guidelines provide calculated amounts of child support up to a combined adjusted gross income level of . $30,000.00 per month ($360,000.00 per year). For cases that exceed this level, the court may decide on a case- by-case basis, but may not order less than the amount on the schedule for $30,000.00. 3. Determination of Child Support Amount
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