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Custody

Child Custody Questions during Coronavirus

The Coronavirus pandemic has many families confused as to how to navigate issues relating to child custody. We receive many calls from parents with…

Custody

5 Steps to Better Parenting during Coronavirus

Families all over the world are learning to adapt to the evolving changes of their daily life due to COVID-19. With emergency orders to…

Guardianship

3 Tips for Co-Parenting During COVID-19

Under normal circumstances, co-parenting can be challenging enough. Trying to manage and maintain a healthy parenting plan under a pandemic is unchartered territory for…

Technology

Useful “Stay at home” Resources for Children

CoVID-19 has had a powerful and immediate impact on us all. Businesses and schools are closing for indefinite periods. Like many companies, at Modern…

Father’s Rights

My Ex Is Taking The Kids Out…

Even under the best of situations, parents do not always see eye to eye on decisions about their children. Disagreement often worsens after a…

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

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…

Parental Alienation

Parenting Schedules: 101

When couples break up, their relationship ends and they tend to go their separate ways. However, if a couple has kids together, the intimacy…

Separation

The Difference Between Legal Separation and Divorce…

Many people confuse legal separation and divorce. But there’s a considerable difference between these two legal terms. Both options serve to separate couples in…

Relocation

5 Tips For Winning Your Child Custody…

Getting divorced is never easy, especially when children are involved. If you are in the process of fighting for child custody, it’s important to…

Visitation

5 Tips for Co-Parenting During the Holidays

The holidays are supposed to be the most beautiful time of the year. However, families going through a divorce, the holidays can be significantly…

Divorce

The Power of Art and Reading in…

Many courts either order or suggest therapy for parents and children involved in family law litigation. Particularly with regard to child therapy, I am…

Father’s Rights

Top 5 Co-Parenting "Dont's"

Last time I wrote I talked about the ten things that co-parents should do to be successful at co-parenting. Today I want to talk…

Early Assessment

Opinion: A New Senate Bill Would Harm…

There is currently pending before the Colorado State Senate a bill that purports to “preserve the parent-child relationship in domestic actions.” As is often…

Father’s Rights

10 Tips for Successful Co-Parenting

Family law is a strange animal. Unlike most other types of cases, family law cases often don’t end with the court’s “final” or “permanent…

Early Assessment

10 Signs Your Child Needs Summer Tutoring

We see signs of burnout in just about every child as summer break approaches. Parents are excited to get a break from the daily…

Protection Orders

6 Ways Your Abusive Relationship Is Hurting…

Most healthy, responsible parents don’t set out to hurt their child, either physically or emotionally. Our job is to protect, nurture, and unconditionally love…

Early Assessment

Parenting Agreements for Infants and Toddlers

Oftentimes, courts start with the unspoken presumption that shared parenting time is in the best interests of the children. If both parents are able…


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