Child custody battles can be emotionally and legally challenging, but it's important to remember that the best interests of the child are always the top priority. This article discusses the top five things to consider when determining child custody in Colorado, including the child's best interests, parenting styles, developing a parenting plan, location and time, and children's preferences. It also highlights common pitfalls in child custody negotiations and the importance of child custody representation.
The decision to award sole legal custody is complex, with many factors to consider. It is always advisable to consult with an experienced family law attorney to understand the implications and potential outcomes of a sole legal custody case.
In a child custody case, the court aims to determine what is in the child's best interests. An experienced custody attorney can help you and the court navigate the allocation of parental responsibilities. Proper legal representation can help the court understand the importance of your presence in your child's life.
As your child’s parents, you and your ex play two of the most important roles in your child’s life. This can be a good thing, but it can also be traumatic and harmful if your child is exposed to dangerous activities. If your child’s parent engages in a dangerous activity, a family law attorney with […]
Divorces are difficult for families on every level. They are emotionally draining and stressful for not only the couple involved, but also the children they may share. Children must get used to new ways of living and witness a declining relationship between their parents. To make matters worse, figuring out which parent has custody and […]
When two partners split, it is imperative that a child custody agreement be determined for the benefit of the child and to create stability. However, child custody orders are not immutable. There are situations where a child custody order can be changed or modified. The Colorado Uniform Child-custody Jurisdiction and Enforcement Act (UCCJEA) describes modification […]
Establishing paternity in Colorado is an essential legal process that determines the biological parents of a child and grants legal rights and responsibilities. It is vital to establish paternity for parental agreements and court orders involving child custody and child support. Colorado establishes paternity in three ways: assumed and automatic, voluntary, or through a court […]
If you are experiencing a legal battle regarding child custody, it is critical that you understand basic custody issues, along with knowing your legal rights as a parent and the ramifications of giving up those rights in the state of Colorado. Your rights as a parent affect the legal and physical custody of your child, […]
During the divorce process, one of your top concerns may involve the custody of your children. Many components go into child custody decisions, but the primary goal in custody determinations according to family courts always centers on the “best interest of the child.” There are many elements that play into this standard, but the court […]
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