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Child support statutes for Colorado are made to ensure that your child or children are supported both mentally and financially when both parents are separating. However, in Colorado both parents are responsible for these statutes and the state uses a strict, partly complicated system that if the child support agreements are too far from the state guidelines, they will be denied. The support is calculated by the gross income of each parent, excluding child support payments as being a source of income, public assistance, another job, or a retirement plan. Child support is 20 percent of the parent's gross income together and it's another 10 percent for each additional child. Child support continues until the child is 19 or 21 if the child is still attending high school. However, child support continues indefinitely if the child suffers mentally or physically and cannot support themselves.