How Long Do You Have to Pay Spousal Support in Colorado?
There is no set amount of time that alimony has to be paid in Colorado. The length of alimony will depend on a variety of factors, including the income of the payor and needs of the payee, the length of the marriage, and the ability of each party to be financially self sufficient. Divorcing spouses can always agree on their own how much alimony will be paid over what time period.
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