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Preventing A Child Custody Battle

Are you so busy parenting that your spouse is getting the “leftovers” in your relationship. Think about what you do with your time and where you put your emphasis most of the time. Work, Kids, Dinner, Homework, Activities… what do you and your spouse do for yourselves? You need to take the time to support the foundation of your family which, for your kids, is the relationship between you and your spouse. If you want …

Parental Rights Of The Father

Under the Colorado divorce laws, the courts cannot and do not automatically favor the mother when it comes to custody of the children. The courts take the welfare or best interests of the child into consideration when it decides parenting time. The father is allotted parenting time, which indicates how much time they can spend with their child. Unless parents reach an agreement, these times are set by the courts and in the best interest of the child. …

Modifications of Divorce in Colorado

Let’s say your divorce has been final now for a year but you really need to modify the decree. Is this possible? When you went to court for your divorce, the judge created the orders based on the facts at the time of the divorce. If these facts change, then it is possible to ask for the orders to be modified because of these new conditions. It is possible for the two parties to come …

What Happens To The Children?

Approximately one of every two married couples today ends their marriages in a divorce court. This is definitely alarming. It can be extremely traumatic for a child if the bond between them and the parent is broken. The Colorado courts do everything possible, if minor children are involved, to make the divorce less traumatic emotionally for them. It is always best, if the parents can come to an agreement related to the custody of the …

How to Enforce Your Court Ordered Parenting Time in Colorado

By: Hannah Jannicelli, Esq. Unfortunately many men walk into our office upset because their child’s Mother is refusing to let them exercise their Court ordered parenting time. Even more discouraging, many of these men are already worn down by their initial custody dispute. And these men feel like they have no hope in ever achieving a stable parenting time schedule with their Ex. The good news is that the hardest part is already over. The Court has already …

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