Child Custody Articles

Preparing for a Child Custody Case

Preparing for a child custody case can greatly affect a positive outcome. Read our top recommendations here.

Tips For a Successful Stepparent Adoption in Colorado

Stepparent adoption is the process of turning “yours” and “mine” into “ours.” Here are some tips to make the process easier for everyone in the family.

Balancing Child Custody During Summer Break

Sharing child custody during summer break doesn’t have to be stressful when you follow our 7 tips for a smooth and fun summer for you and your kids.

Can You Modify a Parenting Plan In Colorado Without Going To Court?

Do changing circumstances dictate that you modify a parenting plan in Colorado? Learn when you do, and do not, need the court’s involvement. 

How Your DUI Affects Child Custody in Colorado

Everyone makes mistakes, but when a DUI affects child custody arrangements, the results can be life-changing. Take steps now to protect your parental rights.

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Moving On: Understanding Parental Relocation in Colorado

Moving On: Understanding Parental Relocation in Colorado

Picking up stakes and moving residences has been part of the American story since those Pilgrim families jumped off the Mayflower and moved to Massachusetts. Individuals and families remain mobile to this day, moving for a wide variety of reasons – job opportunities, to be close to relatives, or to be done with cold and snow. According to the U.S. Census Bureau, 11.5 percent of the U.S. population – or 35.7 million Americans -  moved between 2013 and 2014 alone.

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Does a Child’s Preference Matter in Colorado Custody Decisions?

Does a Child’s Preference Matter in Colorado Custody Decisions?

When parents in Colorado decide to get divorced, their kids don’t get a say in whether their parents’ marriage will end, even though their lives will be upended and forever changed because of it. That doesn’t mean, however, that children don’t have feelings or opinions about the matter, especially about how the divorce will affect their day-to-day lives and how much time they will spend with one parent or the other. But does a child’s opinions and preferences matter to a Colorado judge when making child custody decisions and allocating parenting time and parental responsibilities?