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When a legal issue arises in your family, the best way you can protect yourself and the ones you love is by consulting a family law attorney who understands how to help you.

Does your child's other parent undermine you?

Developing your parenting style and values is difficult under any circumstances, but dealing with a co-parent who undermines your relationship with your child is exceptionally hard. Often, this behavior is simply something that you must overcome or ignore, but not if your co-parent's behavior violates your rights.

Is it time to modify custody or support orders after divorce?

When the Colorado courts finalize your divorce, you may assume that the final terms in the divorce decree are permanent. However, while asset division is usually final after the end of the divorce, issues related to child support, spousal support and parenting time or custody can still change as family circumstances change.

Child custody and substance abuse -- like oil and water?

In the United States today, there are countless minor children in the custody of parents who are dangerously addicted to drugs and/or alcohol. The Washington Times reported there were 47,600 Americans who succumbed to opioid overdoses in a single year. Addiction to opioid drugs is now being referred to by the current Administration as a "national health emergency."

Reasons for requesting a custody modification in Colorado

When you have a child and you are sharing custody with the other parent, change is unavoidable. Custody plans are in place to protect your child and give them the best upbringing possible. Therefore, when situations change, it means that the child custody plan may need to change, too.

Is co-parenting right for your child custody case?

Your children have probably become accustomed to having both parents at home rearing them. When you find out that a divorce is in the cards, you and your ex will need to work together to come up with a child custody agreement that puts your children first. There are many ways that you can set this up, so you need to think carefully about each one before you make a decision.

My ex-spouse took my child to another state: What should I do?

In most Colorado child custody orders, an ex-spouse or the other parent of the child will not have the right to take the child over state lines without express permission from the other parent. This especially relates to a parent's desire to physically relocate to another state with his or her child without the permission of the other parent.

My teen is seeking emancipation: What's that?

Imagine you're sitting at the dinner table with your 16-year-old daughter. She's telling you that she wants to get a nose piercing, and a tattoo of a dragon that covers the entire back of her body. You tell her that she can't have the piercing or the tattoo, under no circumstances, but she resists.

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