Is Colorado a Mom or Dad State?
One of the biggest fears of a divorcing or separating parent is losing child custody due to the judge’s bias towards the other parent. Some worry that the court automatically... Read More
Colorado Parenting Time Guidelines
Colorado re-defined the use of terms like “custody” and “visitation” in the nineties, per §14-10-103, C.R.S, the Colorado General Assembly redefined these terms as follows: (3) On and after July... Read More
Divorce and Special Needs Child in Colorado
Divorce can be much more difficult for parents of a child with special needs. On top of the common divorce issues to sort out, the child’s particular needs must be... Read More
What Not To Do During A Custody Battle In Colorado – 10 Things To Avoid
In child custody cases, most parents want the judge to see them as the best person to raise the child. But quite often, parents make mistakes that hurt their custody... Read More
Unmarried Fathers Custody Rights Colorado
When a child is born in Colorado to unwed parents, the mother is given sole legal and physical custody. The unmarried father has no custody or visitation rights. The birth... Read More
Colorado Infant Custody Laws
When you go through a divorce, you go through a mentally and emotionally painful process that involves dividing your assets, properties, and tearing down the life you and your spouse... Read More
How Do I Give Up My Parental Rights in Colorado?
Parental rights are defined by law as the rights and responsibilities of a parent to make major decisions regarding health care, education, spiritual development, quality of life, and other essential... Read More
How To File For Child Custody In Colorado
Filing for child custody in CO is a process you can either attempt to do yourself or do under the help and guidance of a child custody lawyer. Which option... Read More
What Is “Bird-Nesting” In Child Custody? The Definition, Pros, And Cons
Nestlings never leave their nest while the parents take turns alighting and departing. This is the basic concept of “bird-nesting” in joint child custody. Instead of shuttling children back and... Read More
How Will A Criminal Conviction Affect My Child Custody Case In Colorado?
For a parent hoping to gain custody of their child, being convicted of a crime may be a source of anxiety. Can a conviction hurt a parent’s chances of winning... Read More