Child support in Colorado is based upon both parties incomes, expenses of the children (i.e. childcare and health insurance for example) and the number of overnights each parent has. If you believe you are paying too much, you need to gather all your documentation and then file a Motion to Modify Child Support. Modifications are retroactive back to the date of filing. Most forms to do this are available on the Court's website - www.courts.state.co.us. You can also hire an attorney in Colorado who can walk you through the process.
I am not sure who "they" is. Child support in Florida is based upon both parents income and the number of overnights each parent has. The more overnights with the child, then the lower the child support. if there is an existing court order regarding child support and you have had a substantial change in your circumstances like unemployment or lowered income, you may be entitled to get the amount modified. You need to see a family law attorney in Colorado sooner rather than later.
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