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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…

Family Law

Managing Your Finances During COVID-19 Pandemic

COVID-19 is scary stuff, especially at a time when pretty much all of our news feels like scary stuff. With a statewide ban on…

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…

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…

Property Division

Who Gets The House In A Divorce?

Often, the first issue we have to solve is where the parties are going to live. Do we continue to live together until the…

No-Fault Divorce

Overview: The Decision to File in Colorado

The choice to file for divorce may be the most difficult decision. The challenges a family faces during such a process can be especially…

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…

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