Child custody attorneys practicing exclusively in the area of family law.
Time with your children and making decisions for them is defined in Colorado as Parental Responsibilities.
Custody orders need to change as the child ages, and the modification process requires pleadings to be filed with the Court.
The incomes of the parents and the number of overnights are only some of the factors considered when determining child support.
Custody evaluators investigate each parent and consider other evidence when making their recommendation.
Imminent danger to a child can be addressed on an emergency basis by the Court.
Emergency actions can be taken if you believe the other parent may be planning on absconding with your child.
The Best Interests of the Child(ren) is the legal standard by which child custody is determined in Colorado.
The right to raise one’s children is a fundamental Constitutional right.
You can establish parenting time orders on a temporary basis while your case is pending resolution.
When orders are not being followed a motion to enforce parenting time orders may be the solution.
When combined monthly income exceeds $32,000, child support is determined with special considerations.
The interest rate on unpaid child support is very high, and the consequences of not paying can be significant.
The exchange of financial disclosures ensures a fair and accurate child support calculation.
Grandparents and third parties may have rights to have time with children under limited circumstances.
Moving far away from one parent with your child may be allowed if certain factors are met.
This is the documents that will details each parents rights and responsibilities for their children.
There are several parenting time schedules that are common and work well for many
Special considerations must be addressed when parents live far from one another
A carefully crafted holiday schedule can ensure your family traditions continue for your children
Vacationing with your children can allow all of you the rest and relaxation you and your children deserve.
It is critical to understand the tax implications of spousal support, child support, and child dependency exemptions.
Access to your custody case can be limited to the parties and their attorneys, but are public by default
You may be able to transfer your child custody case to Colorado to modify and enforce custody and child support.
Child custody cases may be settled through negotiations, mediation or litigation.