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Custody

Modifying Orders in Parenting Cases

Parenting time orders almost always need modification. Circumstances change as the children get older or as parents moved to new locations. Parenting time order…

Custody

Taking Emergency Action

When it comes to our children’s welfare, every decision is urgent. Once we’ve decided what’s best for our kids, we want action right away.…

Custody

Best Interest of the Children

When a judge is called upon to decide questions related to children and divorce, such as parenting time and decision-making, they use what’s known…

Visitation

Alcohol or Drugs and Time with Your…

Substance abuse is a common factor of conflict for parents in a divorce. Divorce parties may turn to alcohol and drug use during the…

Early Assessment

Divorce Mediation or Bust

If you filed for divorce, family court mediation is, more than likely, coming your way. And that’s a good thing. Regardless of whether or…

Mother’s Rights

Protecting Mothers Rights

In family law cases, mothers face the competing interests of the needs of their children and the involvement of the father. A court must…

Father’s Rights

What Does Parental Alienation Look Like?

Parental alienation occurs when a parent poisons the relationship between the other parent and his or her children. Its effects are highly destructive on…

Early Assessment

Key to Parenting Time: Cooperation

Splitting parenting time can be fertile ground for conflict Parties get fixated on percentages and the number of overnights, instead of cooperation and what…

Early Assessment

Fathers Have Rights, Too

“Is my state a father’s state, or a mother’s state?” It’s a common question, and we get it all the time from clients worried…

Visitation

Understanding Child Custody In California

The word “custody” is what most people think of when they talk about time with their kids after a divorce. Most family law professionals,…

Custody

Child and Family Investigators (CFI)

A Child and Family Investigators, or CFI, is an expert appointed by a court to help a judge resolve parenting time and decision-making conflicts.…

Grandparents Rights

Grandparents Rights In Dependency and Neglect

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…

Early Assessment

Do Transgender Parents Have Rights?

When a Colorado court is tasked with making a custody order for a minor child, the court’s outcome is based on the best interest…

Father’s Rights

Father's Rights

Family law cases vary greatly, and no two cases are quite the same. Despite the differences, there are occasionally themes that seem to emerge.…

Father’s Rights

Bias Against Fathers

The legal climate is subject to change. Some liken the changing notions of justice to the swinging of a pendulum. Whatever analogy seems appropriate…

Father’s Rights

Creating Your Colorado Summer Parenting Plan

When it comes to summer break, kids immediately get excited about the activities, vacations, time with friends, less early mornings, and more fun. However,…

Early Assessment

Paternity vs APR

When two individuals have a child or children together, it can be great. However, occasionally for one reason or another, couples may decide to…

Early Assessment

Paternity

Family law cases can be extremely diverse from one another, and no two cases are quite the same. Some cases may possess more traditional…


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