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A child support order is a court order and will be enforced by a court. There are a number of different enforcement measures in Colorado to be taken in order to collect child support. A party can use Child Support Enforcement to recover child support. A party may also file a Verified Entry of Support with the court to show that the other party has not complied with the support order. The court will then file a Support Judgement that gives the power to garnish the opposing party’s wages and/or bank accounts. In addition, a party could file a Motion for Contempt with the court. The court will set up a contempt hearing to take evidence on payment or non-payment of child support.
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