While most parents want to leave their assets or a financial inheritance for their children, determining how to set things up or what may be the right decision for the family can be challenging. However, when a child receives a significant sum of money through an inheritance at one time without proper planning, many issues […]
When parents are separated or divorced, it is not uncommon for one or both of them to move to another state or country to get a fresh start or pursue a career. However, when parents relocate, there may be issues with foreign and out-of-state child support orders, especially if the obligor parent fails or refuses […]
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 […]
In child custody cases, the court typically awards a joint custody arrangement to the parents, along with a child support order. In most cases, joint custody with both parents is in the best interest of the child. This scenario allows both parents to build an ongoing relationship with their child and also requires them to […]
When a marriage ends, along with dividing marital assets, many divorce judgments include child support and alimony to ensure that children and former spouses can continue to live in the same standard as they were prior to the divorce. Like wages, however, the amounts ordered for child support and alimony at the time of the […]
Most divorces can be difficult and stressful for every member of the family, but those that involve special needs children often involve their own set of unique complications. Accounting for custody agreements, child support, alimony, and other concerns in divorces with special needs children is often more complex than in divorces with no special needs […]
The only thing more difficult than going through a divorce is going through a divorce with children. Child custody can be one of the most emotional and difficult aspects of ending a marriage. This is because parents want what is best for their children and, oftentimes, feel that they each are the best equipped to […]
It is one of the most difficult decisions a person can make, but in some devastating cases, terminating a parent's rights is the best thing for the child. Parental rights termination is a legal process that can be initiated by the state or by the parents themselves. There are several specific laws on the termination […]
Parents have a personal and financial responsibility to take care of their children. A child’s best interests must be considered at all times, particularly when two parents decide to part ways. If you were a parent who was court-ordered to pay child support or if you were able to come to an agreement with your […]
If you are going through the process of a divorce, you may have asked yourself, “What does allocation of parental rights mean in Colorado?” Our family law attorneys at Johnson Law Group can help. Contact our office today to schedule a free consultation - Phone (720) 463-4333 or Text-to-Chat (720) 730-4558 Custody Process in Colorado […]
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