Alphabet Soup: APR? CFI? PRE? in Child Custody

So, you have children.  And you’re getting divorced.  Or you were never married, but you and your children’s other parent cannot agree on who should care for your children and when.  Your life as you know it is changing in almost every way imaginable. On top of all...

Mental Health in Divorce & Custody

Many people mistakenly believe that if they are fighting for custody after a Colorado divorce that if they can prove that their ex spouse has some sort of mental health issue that they have nothing to worry about during the divorce. Ill mental health can prevent a...

Hassle Free Parenting Through The Holidays

The holidays can mean stress for most divorced parents who deal with balancing visitation schedules, drop-offs, and pickups, all while trying to coordinate holiday plans themselves. Here’s how you can make this a stress-free time, not just for you, but more...

Modification of Child Custody in Colorado

A parenting plan or visitation schedule in Colorado is a final decree. However, in some cases, it is possible to make a modification to those plans. Parenting plans are determined after taking all relevant factors into consideration. However, circumstances change and...

Child’s Wishes in Parenting Time

Typically, when a court determines a visitation schedule, it will make a decision based on a number of factors, most prominent of which is the best interests of the child. The court will use a number of factors to determine what is in the best interests of the child....