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    my spouse/boyfriend and i have been living together for 7 years, with 2 children. I would like to separate because of his aggressive anger problems. we currently live in a his fathers' house (he passed away recently and left the house to him although it has not been transferred to his name yet). I am a stay at home mom and also homeschool our children.
    from my understanding, we still need to go through a legal divorce.
    How likely would it be that the court would require him to give support so that i may continue to homeschool our children? I would hate to disrupt their lives any further by putting them in public school during all of this mess.
    I do work nights from home part time and could still do that after the divorce.
    Thank you for your help.

  • #2
    Re: Common Law Marriage In Colorado

    Are they his biological children? If so you would get support.


    • #3
      Re: Common Law Marriage In Colorado

      yes, they are his biological children. I know i would be able to receive support, but i was wondering if the courts take into consideration children that are homeschooled. Obviously if the support wasnt enough i would have to work during the daytime as well.


      • #4
        Re: Common Law Marriage In Colorado

        Approx. 25 or 30 percent of his wages may be an approx. expectation.


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