Mediation or Bust

In California Family Law, Colorado Family Law, Mediation by Robert Toler0 Comments

If you filed for divorce, mediation is, more than likely, coming your way. And that’s a good thing. Regardless of whether or not you’ve retained counsel, courts very often order mediation before you’re allowed to set the case for final hearing. Most often, mediation is …

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Grandparents Rights In Dependency and Neglect

In Colorado Family Law, Grandparents Rights, Visitation for Grandparents by Robert Toler0 Comments

Grandparents Rights in Today’s World In today’s world of modern families, it’s not unusual for grandparents to seek their own rights regarding their grandchildren. This is a well-established statutory ability that allows grandparents (or great-grandparents) to “seek a court order granting the grandparent or great-grandparent …

Common Questions About Military Divorce

In Colorado Family Law, Divorce by Robert Toler0 Comments

People frequently seek assistance when they have questions about a particular topic. When people have questions about legal issues, they tend to google, ask friends and family, or talk to an attorney. As lawyers specializing in family law, we get questions that run the gamut. …