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Parental Responsibilities: Restrictions

In Allocation of Parental Rights, Co-Parenting, Colorado Family Law, Decision Making, Divorce, Domestic Violence, Parental Rights, Parenting Time - Custody by Robert Toler0 Comments

Disputes regarding parental responsibilities are some of the most common cases that come through domestic relations courts. Most parents want to have involvement with their children, and most parents do what they can to expand their parental responsibilities. However, there are occasionally cases with other …

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Child Custody: A Dying Phrase in Colorado

In Allocation of Parental Rights, Co-Parenting, Colorado Family Law, Decision Making, Divorce, Parenting Plan, Parenting Time - Custody by Robert Toler0 Comments

By: Heather Coleman When you hear people talk about issues involving children, you are likely to hear the word custody being thrown around pretty frequently. However, in Colorado, the term “custody” has essentially become a thing of the past.  Instead, Colorado relies on the term “Allocation …

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Post-Decree Parenting Coordinators and Decision-Makers

In Allocation of Parental Rights, Co-Parenting, Colorado Family Law, Decision Making, Divorce, Father's Rights, Parental Rights, Parenting Plan, Parenting Time - Custody by Robert Toler0 Comments

There’s a trend seen in family law cases–sometimes, after the case is over and determinations have been finalized, people seem unable to move on. Even though the case is finished, the parties continue to struggle with emotional issues, continue to conflict with one another, and sometimes rehash …

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CFI vs PRE: Which Child Custody Expert Right For You?

In Allocation of Parental Rights, Co-Parenting, Colorado Family Law, Decision Making, Divorce, Parental Rights, Parenting Plan, Parenting Time - Custody by Robert Toler0 Comments

By: Heather Coleman If you find yourself in the middle of a hotly contested child custody matter, you may be wondering if a custody expert is right for your case. Custody experts are often employed in high-conflict custody matters because they are able to perform …