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COLORADO CHILD SUPPORT GUIDELINE Revised January 2008 1. PREFACE The Child Support Guideline for Colorado was developed by the Colorado Child Support Commission and enacted by the Colorado General Assembly. As specified in the statute, the Guideline has three objectives: 1. To establish as state policy an adequate standard of support for children, subject to the ability of parents to pay; 2. To make awards more equitable by ensuring more consistent treatment of persons in similar circumstances; and 3. To improve the efficiency of the court process by promoting settlements and giving courts and the parties guidance in setting the levels of awards. The Guideline can be found in 14-10-115, C.R.S, and is consistent with other provisions of that section which place a duty for child support upon either or both parents based on their respective f

COLORADO CHILD SUPPORT GUIDELINE Revised January 2008
1. PREFACE
The Child Support Guideline for Colorado was developed by the Colorado Child Support Commission and enacted by the Colorado General Assembly. As specified in the statute, the Guideline has three objectives:

1. To establish as state policy an adequate standard of support for children, subject to the ability of
parents to pay;

2. To make awards more equitable by ensuring more consistent treatment of persons in similar
circumstances; and

3. To improve the efficiency of the court process by promoting settlements and giving courts and the
parties guidance in setting the levels of awards. The Guideline can be found in 14-10-115, C.R.S, and is consistent with other provisions of that section which place a duty for child support upon either or both parents based on their respective financial resources, the financial resources of the child, the needs of the custodial parent, the physical and emotional condition of the child, and the standard of living the child would have enjoyed had the marriage not been dissolved. The Colorado Child Support Guideline is based on an Income Shares Model. This model provides an objective basis for determining the average costs of children in households across a wide range of incomes. Because household spending on behalf of children is intertwined with spending on behalf of adults for most expenditure categories, it is difficult to determine the proportion allocated to children in individual cases, even with exhaustive financial affidavits. However, a number of authoritative economic studies provide estimates of the average amount of household expenditures on children in intact households. These studies have found that the proportion of household spending devoted to children is systematically related to the level of household income and to the number and ages of children. Based on this economic evidence, the Colorado Child Support Guideline calculates child support based on each parent's share of the amount estimated to have been spent on the child if the parents and child were living in an intact household.1 If one parent has physical care for 273 or more overnights per year, the amount calculated for that parent is presumed to be spent directly on the child. For the other parent, the calculated amount establishes the level of child support. For cases with split or third party physical care, or extensive sharing of physical care, each parent's calculated share of child support is adjusted by the time spent with the child(ren).

II. USE OF THE GUIDELINE
The Colorado Child Support Guideline applies as a rebuttable presumption to all child support orders in Colorado, except as discussed below. The Guideline must be used for temporary and permanent orders, and for separations, dissolutions, and support decrees arising despite non-marriage of the parties. The Guideline must be used by the Court as the basis for reviewing the adequacy of child support levels in non-contested cases as well as contested hearings. The Court may exercise broad discretion in deviating from the Guideline in cases where application would be inequitable to one of the parties or to the child. In cases where the award deviates from the Guideline, however, the Court must provide written or oral findings of fact to substantiate the deviation. When either the obligor's monthly adjusted gross income, or the parents's combined monthly adjusted gross income, is less than $850.00, the Guideline provides for a minimum order of $50.00. If the parent with the lesser number of overnights per year earns $850.00 or more, but less than $1,850.00 per month, he or she is eligible
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For a detailed explanation of the Income Shares Model and the underlying economic evidence used as the basis for the Colorado Child Support Guideline, see Robert G. Williams, Development of Guidelines for Child Support Orders (National Center for State Courts: Denver, September 1987)

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for a low income adjustment. The parent pays a basic minimum amount, depending on the number of children, and pays an additional 40% of every dollar between $900.00 and $1,850.00 of monthly income. If the low income adjustment results in a child support award that exceeds the amount in the schedule, the schedule amount should be entered. The Guideline provides calculated amounts of child support to a combined adjusted gross income level of $20,000.00 per month ($240,000.00 per year). For cases that exceed this level, the court may decide on a caseby-case basis but may not order less than the amount on the schedule for $20,000.00.

III. DETERMINATION OF CHILD SUPPORT AMOUNT
To calculate child support for children who are under 19 or still in high school, or disabled, use: Worksheet A when physical care is for 273 or more overnights per year; Worksheet B if shared physical care [see (4)(J) below].

(A) Income 1. Definition.
For purposes of this Guideline, "income" is defined as actual gross income of the parent, if employed to full capacity or potential income if unemployed or underemployed. Gross income of each parent should be determined as specified below and entered on Line 1 of the appropriate worksheet. income from salaries; wages, including tips declared by the individual for purposes of reporting to the federal internal revenue service or tips imputed to bring the employee's gross earnings to the minimum wage for the number of hours worked, whichever is greater; commissions; payments received as an independent contractor for labor or services; bonuses; dividends; severance pay; pensions and retirement benefits; royalties; rents; interest; trust income; annuities; capital gains; and moneys drawn by a self-employed individual for personal use; social security benefits, including social security benefits actually received by a parent as a result of the disability of that parent or as the result of the death of the minor child's stepparent; workers' compensation benefits; unemployment insurance benefits; disability insurance benefits; funds held in or payable from any health, accident, disability, or casualty insurance to the extent that such insurance replaces wages or provides income in lieu of wages; monetary gifts; monetary prizes, excluding lottery winnings not required by the rules of the Colorado Lottery Commission to be paid only at the lottery office; taxable distributions from general partnerships, limited partnerships, closely held corporations, or limited liablity companies; alimony or maintenance received; and overtime pay only if the overtime is required by the employer as a condition of the employment. For income from self-employment, rents, royalties, proprietorship of a business, or joint ownership of a partnership or closely held corporation, gross income is defined as gross receipts minus ordinary and necessary expenses required to produce such income. "Ordinary and necessary expenses" does not include amounts allowable by the Internal Revenue Service for the accelerated component of depreciation expenses or investment tax credits or any other business expenses determined by the court to be inappropriate for determining gross income for purposes of calculating child support. In general, income and expenses from self-employment or operation of a business should be carefully reviewed to determine an appropriate level of gross income available to the parent to satisfy a child support obligation. In most cases, this amount will differ from a determination of business income for tax purposes. Expense reimbursements or in-kind payments received by a parent in the course of employment, self employment, or operation of a business shall be counted as income if they are significant and reduce personal living expenses. Gross income does not include benefits received from means-tested public assistance programs, including but not limited to assistance provided under the Colorado Works Program, Supplemental Security Income (SSI), Food Stamps, and General Assistance. Gross income does not include child support payments received; social security benefits received by a minor child or on behalf of a minor child as a result of the death or

2. Gross income. Gross income includes income from any source and includes, but is not limited to,

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disability of a stepparent of the child; income from additional jobs that result in the employment of the obligor more than forty hours per week or more than what would otherwise be considered to be full-time employment.

3. Potential income.

If a parent is voluntarily unemployed or underemployed, child support shall be calculated based on a determination of potential income, except that a determination of potential income should not be made for a parent who is physically or mentally incapacitated or is caring for a child under the age of 30 months for whom the parents owe a joint legal responsibility.

Determination of potential income shall be made by determining employment potential and probable earnings level based on recent work history, occupational qualifications, and prevailing job opportunities and earnings levels in the community. If there is no recent work history and no higher education or vocational training, it is suggested that income be set at least at the minimum wage level. Income shall not be imputed if actual income is less due to a good faith career choice or if under-employment is temporary and is reasonably intended to result in higher income within the foreseeable future.

4. Income verification. Income statements of the parents should be verified with documentation of both
current and past income. Suitable documentation of current earnings (at least three full months) includes pay stubs, employer statements, or receipts and expenses if self-employed. Documentation of current income must be supplemented with copies of the most recent tax return to provide verification of earnings over a longer period.

(B) Alimony, Maintenance, Pre-existing Child Support Obligations, Responsibility for Other Children, and Contributions to Post-secondary Education
The amount of alimony or maintenance actually received (Line 1a), should be added and any amount actually paid (Line lb), should be deducted from gross income. The amount(s) of any pre-existing court order(s) for child support (Line lc) should be deducted from gross income to the extent payment is actually made under such order(s). The amount of legal responsibility a parent has for children not involved in this action, but living in his/her home, should be deducted from gross income on Line ld. For children not living at home, documented proof of money payments for support of those children is required. The adjustment applies to a party's natural or adopted children, but not to stepchildren, unless a prior court order has established a party's legal responsibility for them. Use of the adjustment is appropriate at the time of the establishment of a child support order or in a proceeding to modify an existing order. However, it may not be used to the extent the adjustment contributes to the calculation of a support order lower than the previously existing order for the children who are the subject of the modification proceeding. The amount entered on Line ld should be 75% of the amount listed in the schedule of basic support obligations which would represent 75% of a support obligation based only on the responsible parent's gross income, without any other adjustments, for the number of children for whom the parent is also responsible, pursuant to 14-10-115(6(b)(I) C.R.S. If modifying an existing child support order, the amount of each parent's court-ordered contribution for postsecondary education for a child should be subtracted from each parent's gross income on Line 1e.

(C) Basic Child Support Obligation (Amount from Schedule)
The basic child support obligation is determined using the Schedule of Basic Child Support Obligations. For combined monthly adjusted gross income amounts falling between amounts shown in the schedule, basic child support amounts should be extrapolated. The number of children refers to children for whom the parents share joint legal responsibility and for whom support is being sought.

(D) Child Care Costs
Child care costs incurred due to employment or job search of either parent (minus federal tax credit if allowed by the IRS) are entered on Line 6a of Worksheet A and Line 10a of Worksheet B. Child care costs incurred on behalf of the children due to the education of either parent are entered on Line 6b of Worksheet A and Line 10b

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of Worksheet B. Such costs should not exceed the level required to provide quality care from a licensed source for the children. The credit against income tax for child care due to employment or job search is provided under Sec. 44A of the Internal Revenue Code. The value of this tax credit, if allowed by the IRS, should be subtracted from actual costs for child care due to employment or job search (refer to IRS Form 2441). The credit is only available to the parent that has the most overnights scheduled with the child(ren). In situations where the parent with fewer scheduled overnights pays work related child care, put the actual amount spent in this category on the form. The credit allows 35 percent of work-related expenses if the taxpayer has $15,000.00 or less in annual adjusted gross income up to a maximum of $1,050.00 (up to $250.00/mo. in day care expenses) for one child and $2,100.00 (up to $500.00/mo. in day care expenses) for two or more children. As the taxpayer's adjusted gross income increases, the tax credit decreases. For each $2,000.00 (or fraction thereof) increase above the $15,000.00, the percentage decreases by one percent. The following table illustrates this concept: Adjusted Gross Income $0-$15,000 $15,001-$17,000 $17,001-$19,000 $19,001-$21,000 $21,001-$23,000 $23,001-$25,000 $25,001-$27,000 $27,001-$29,000 $29,001-$31,000 $31,001-$33,000 $33,001-$35,000 $35,001-$37,000 $37,001-$39,000 $39,001-$41,000 $41,001-$43,000 $43,001 + Appropriate Percentage 35% 34% 33% 32% 31% 30% 29% 28% 27% 26% 25% 24% 23% 22% 21% 20% Maximum Credit One Child $1,050 $1,020 $990 $960 $930 $900 $870 $840 $810 $780 $750 $720 $690 $660 $630 $600 Maximum Credit Two or More Children $2,100 $2,040 $1,980 $1,920 $1,860 $1,800 $1,740 $1,680 $1,620 $1,560 $1,500 $1,440 $1,380 $1,320 $1,260 $1,200

Let's see how this credit works in an actual scenario: There are 2 eligible children (12 or younger & expenses incurred for the child see IRS form 2441) $24,000.00 is the annual adjusted gross income. The parent with the most parenting time spends $360.00/mo. on work related child care. The $24,000.00 annual income is in the 30% tax bracket for this credit. So, take the $360.00/mo. and multiply that by 30%. Then subtract the result from the amount spent on work related child care: (The max. amount eligible for the tax credit for 2 children is $500.00/mo. Therefore, we can take the full credit of $108.00/mo.) $360.00 - $108.00 = $252.00 (This is the net child care cost.) Enter $252.00 in the appropriate parent's column for work related child care. Now, let's take an example that exceeds the maximum allowable credit: 1 eligible child $50,000.00 annual income The parent with the most parenting time spends $500.00/mo on work related child care. The $50,000.00 annual income is in the 20% tax bracket for this credit. In this case, the $500.00/mo. is more than what is authorized for the credit ($250.00/mo. for one child). Therefore, take the $250.00 times 20% to arrive at the credit. Then, subtract the result from the work related child care expense of $500.00: $250.00 X .20 (20%) = $50.00 $500.00 - $50.00 = $450.00 (This is the net child care cost.) Enter $450.00 in the appropriate parent's column for work related child care.
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$360.00 X .30 (30%) = $108.00

(E) Health Insurance Amounts paid by parties or by a parties' spouse for health insurance premiums which cover the child(ren) subject to the order are apportioned between the parties. The amount included in the child support calculation is the amount of the health insurance premium actually attributable to the child(ren) subject to the order. If this amount is not available or cannot be verified, the total cost of the premium is divided by the total number of persons covered by the policy and then multiplied by the number of children covered by the policy who are subject to the order. This result is entered on Line 6c on Worksheet A or Line 10c on Worksheet B. A space to assist in this calculation is provided on page 2 of each worksheet. Health insurance includes medical, or medical and dental insurance carried by either parent or by the parties' spouse. The parent requesting an adjustment for health insurance premium costs must submit proof that the child(ren) is enrolled in an insurance plan and proof of the cost of the premium.

(F) Extraordinary Medical Expenses
Any extraordinary medical expenses are entered on the worksheet (Line 6d on Worksheet A, Line 10d on Worksheet B) and added to the basic child support obligation. Extraordinary medical expenses, including copayments and deductible amounts, are uninsured expenses in excess of $250.00 per child per year. Extraordinary medical expenses include, but are not limited to, such costs as are reasonably necessary for orthodontia, dental treatment, asthma treatments, physical therapy, vision care and any uninsured chronic health problem. At the discretion of the Court, professional counseling or psychiatric therapy for diagnosed mental disorders may also be considered as an extraordinary medical expense.

(G) Extraordinary Expenses
Other extraordinary expenses are entered on the worksheet (Line 6e on Worksheet A, Line 10e on Worksheet B) and added to the basic child support obligation. Other extraordinary expenses include:

1. Any expenses for attending any special or private elementary or secondary schools to meet the
particular educational needs of the child;

2. Any expenses for transportation of the child, or the child and an accompanying parent if the child is
less than 12 years old, between the homes of the parents.

(H) Extraordinary Factors actually diminishing the basic needs of the child.
Any additional factors that actually diminish the basic needs of the child may be considered for deductions from the basic child support obligation. The amount of any such factor is entered on the worksheet (Line 6f on Worksheet A, Line 10f on Worksheet B) and subtracted from the basic child support obligation.

(I) Computation of Child Support--Sole Physical Care for 273 or more overnights per year (use Worksheet A)
To determine child support using Worksheet A, calculate monthly adjusted gross income on Line 2 and each parent's percentage share of the total adjusted gross income on Line 3. Select the amount of child support from the Child Support Schedule based on the combined income on Line 2 and multiply that amount times each parent's percentage share in Line 3 to determine each parent's share of the basic obligation. If the monthly adjusted gross income of the parent with fewer overnights is less than $1850, use the worksheet on page 2 to determine any low-income adjustment. The total adjustments allowed for each parent are calculated by: i) adding the amount of expenses paid directly by each parent, as discussed in (D) through (G) above (Lines 10a through 10e); ii) subtracting any extraordinary adjustments discussed in (I) above (Line 10f); and iii) adding each parent's column. Calculate each parent's fair share of the adjustments by multiplying the amount in Line 7's Combined column by Line 3 for each parent. Add each parent's basic obligation (Line 4b, or Line 5 for the parent receiving any low-income adjustment) and each parent's share of adjustments (Line 8) to determine each parent's share of the total obligation.
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On Line 10, bring down the amount from Line 7 of the parent with the least parenting time only. This is that parent's share of the adjustments. On Line 11, subtract Line 10 from Line 9. This is the amount payable as a child support order. Although a monetary obligation is computed for each parent as child support, the receiving parent's share is not entered on Line 11 because it is not payable to the other parent as child support. Instead, the receiving parent's share is presumed to be spent directly on the child. (J) Computation of Child Support--Shared Physical Care (use Worksheet B) Where each parent exercises extensive physical care, (that is, spends at least 93 overnights per year) the Guideline provides that a child support obligation be computed for each parent by multiplying that parent's child support obligation by the percentage of time the child spends with the other parent. The respective child support obligations are then offset, with the parent owing more child support paying the difference between the two amounts. Child support for cases with shared physical care is calculated using Worksheet B. An adjustment for shared physical care is made only when each parent has the child for more than ninety-two overnights per year. The proportion of time with each parent is computed on Lines 7 and 8. On Line 7 is entered the number of overnights spent with each parent. These must total 365. If the child spends part of the time in the physical care of another person (e.g. a grandparent), that time should be credited to the parent responsible for the child during that time. If neither parent or both parents have responsibility, the time should be divided between the parents. On Line 8, the percentage of time with each parent is calculated by dividing the number of overnights with each parent by 365. On Line 4, the basic child support obligation from the child support schedule is entered. This amount is then multiplied by 1.5 to calculate the shared care basic obligation. This amount is entered on Line 5. Each parent's share of the shared care support obligation based on the parent's percentage share of total income is calculated on Line 6 by multiplying the income share of each parent from Line 3 times the shared care support obligation from Line 5. The next step is to calculate the support obligation of each parent for the time the child(ren) spends with the other parent. This is done on Line 9 by multiplying the amount from Line 6 by the percentage found in Line 7 for the OTHER parent. Adjustments to the shared care support obligation are entered on Line 10. The costs, directly paid by each parent or by a parent's spouse, for work-related net child care costs are entered on Line 10a, education-related child care on Line 10b, health insurance premiums on Line 10c, extraordinary medical expenses on Line 10d, extraordinary expenses on Line 10e, and extraordinary adjustments on Line 10f. The amounts from Lines 10a through 10e are added while the amount from Line 10f is subtracted, and the total is entered on Line 11. The amounts entered on Line 11 for each parent are multiplied by each parent's income share from Line 3 and entered on Line 12 as each parent's fair share of the directly paid expenses. Subtracting the amount on Line 12 from Line 11 results in the amount each parent has paid in excess of their share of these expenses. This result is entered on Line 13, except that if the result is a negative number, zero is entered. By subtracting this excess amount from each parent's support obligation on Line 9, each parent's adjusted support obligation is entered on Line 14. Line 14 can be a negative number if a parent's excess direct payments of extraordinary expenses is greater than that parent's proportionate share of basic support. The child support order is listed on Line 15 by subtracting the lesser amount in Line 14 from the greater amount and entering the result in the column of the parent with the greater amount. Note that this shared physical care adjustment is an annual adjustment only and should not be used when the proportion of overnights exceeds twenty-five percent for a shorter period, e.g., a month. For example, child support is not reduced during a month long summer visitation. If either of the parents is directly paying a disproportionate amount of the Basic Support Obligation (clothing, housing, food, ordinary medical expenses, for example) the Recommended Child Support Order amount may be deviated from in accordance with Section 14-10-115(8)(e), C.R.S.

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(K) Computation of Child Support--Split Physical Care
Split care refers to a situation in which there is more than one child and each parent has physical care of at least one of the children or they share care of some, but not all, children. In a split care situation, the support is calculated by using two Worksheets A, or a combination of Worksheets A and B, to determine the support each parent owes the other. The resulting obligations are then offset, with one parent owing the other the difference as a child support order. Begin by working a Worksheet A calculation for one parent. List the child(ren) for whom the other parent has sole physical care. Enter each parent's income and the appropriate deductions to determine a combined adjusted gross income figure. On Line 4, enter the amount from the support schedule for the combined income level for the number of children living with the other parent only. Other expenses should be entered only to the extent that they are related to that child(ren). For example, consider a parent who covers all three children on his health insurance plan, the children's portion of which is $150.00 per month. If that parent has sole physical care of one child, $100.00 is entered on Line 6c on the worksheet for his obligation, while $50.00 is entered on the same line when calculating the other parent's obligation on a separate Worksheet A. Worksheet A is then completed for that parent. Next, calculate a Worksheet A amount for the other parent based on the number of children living with the first parent or do a Worksheet B for any children whose physical care is shared. Then subtract the lesser of the two total amounts from the greater, and use the difference between these two obligations as the child support order for the parent with the larger of the two obligations.

(L) Post-Secondary Educational Expenses
For child support orders established on or after July 1, 1997, post-secondary education expenses can be ordered by the court only upon written agreement by the parents and approval by the Court. These approved expenses should be included on the Support Order on the line for monthly current support. However, child support orders entered between July 1, 1991 and July 1, 1997 that provide for post-secondary education expenses may be modified pursuant to 14-10-115(15)(c), C.R.S.

IV. MODIFICATION
The provisions of a child support order may be modified only if there is a substantial and continuing change of circumstances. If application of the Guideline would result in a new order that is less than ten percent different, then the circumstances are considered not to be a substantial and continuing change. ____________________ This form is a synopsis only of the Guideline. For additional information, please refer to the entire text of the Guideline found in 14-10-115, C.R.S., as amended, or consult legal counsel.

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SCHEDULE OF BASIC CHILD SUPPORT OBLIGATIONS NUMBER OF CHILDREN Monthly Gross Income ($850$10,400) Incomes of less than $850 850 900 950 1000 1050 1100 1150 1200 1250 1300 1350 1400 1450 1500 1550 1600 1650 1700 1750 1800 1850 1900 1950 2000 2050 2100 2150 2200 2250 2300 2350 2400 2450 2500 2550 2600 2650 2700 2750 2800 2850 2900 2950 3000 3050 3100 3150 3200 Monthly Gross More Income than 5 ($10,450$20,000) NUMBER OF CHILDREN

1

2

3

4

5

1

2

3

4

5

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