Disputes over child custody and visitation mostly involve a child’s parents, but not all the time. It’s not a new idea, but families with grandparents as primary caregivers are becoming more common. Typically, the parents are still central figures in a child’s custody case, but the grandparents also get a say.
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 for grandparents (or great-grandparents). With...Read article
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. High-conflict cases often...Read article
When Colorado courts are tasked with making an initial determination of parenting time (formerly known as “physical custody”), the standard they must apply is “best interests of the child.” But...Read article