>1) Does that (the fact that this isn't a child support
>change your advice at all?
It sure does. Now you need to register your order in CO, and then file a motion to modify custody/parenting time.
>2) I know the clerk's office or the family law facilitator can
>only answer certain kinds of questions. Can they give me a
>sense of how long various stages of this process tend to take
>in this court? Is that a legitimate question to ask them?
Doubtful. There's no matching federal dollars available to help with custody modifications.
You should also move for a support mod with the parenting mod, because support will eventually be at issue. The CO court will contact the NH court and obtain a calculation of guideline support. This doesn't have to happen until after custody/parenting is determined, but, you should modify now, so as to get the greatest benefit from any retroactivity in your favor, since your the obligee parent.
Doing this will invalidate all of the current support orders floating around in various states -- which is probably a good thing, because it's already too confusing for words.