Family Law Archives

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.

Quality over quantity: Parenting after divorce

You love your children and want to know that you can be there for them when they need you. Part of what scares you about your divorce is that you know that they could be removed from your care more often than you'd like. You want to be able to provide for them and keep them safe, but it's daunting to think about doing that when you're not seeing them every day.

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."

How to calmly explain a divorce to your children

All divorces, no matter how mutually amicable, are emotionally loaded. You may find that for months before, during and after the divorce, you are more sensitive to your emotions. You may also have a hard time explaining the situation to other people, and this is why it can be challenging to explain the situation to your children.

The right advice makes a difference when you're a divorced parent

As a divorced parent in Colorado, it's important that you have the right knowledge to make this situation as comfortable as possible for your child. Children rebound well when they're met with a challenge, but the way you act around your child can make a difference.

Enforcing child support when your ex won't pay

Now that you are divorced and the court has awarded you custody of your children, you may be worried about your ex not making child support payments. When you depend on that monthly income to provide food, clothing and shelter for you children, it can cause a financial burden if your ex does not pay. Many single parents find themselves in this position after divorce. That is why the Child Support Enforcement Act of 1984 is in place.

Divorcing fathers can take advantage of a shared parenting plan

As a father going through a divorce, it's important to pay close attention to everything associated with parenting time. It's easy to believe that the court will favor your ex-wife, making it easier for her to spend time with your children. Although this is a concern, you don't have to give in and hope for the best in the future.

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