Where do I file my custody case? This question is particularly important if your case involves a parent who lives in a different state than the child, or if you just recently relocated, or are thinking of relocating, to a new state.
When you are no longer in a romantic relationship with the other parent of your child, one of the worst things you can do to your child is getting stuck in the litigation path with the other parent. Once you start down the litigation trap, it is common for one of the parents to become … Continue Reading
Recent changes in Colorado law have created new opportunities for parents in divorce, post-divorce, and custody (allocation of parental responsibility) cases to resolve disputes and implement parenting plans, without Court intervention. The parties may use the services of a parenting coordinator, parenting decision-maker, or arbitrator. Parenting Coordinator A parenting coordinator may be appointed by the … Continue Reading
Avoid Costly Court Battles – Resolve Divorce, Custody and Support Cases With Mediation and Arbitration As state budget cuts in the Court system cause already overburdened Courts to delay trials even longer, parents and divorcing parties need a way to resolve their disputes in a quick and cost effective manner. Mediation and arbitration are two … Continue Reading
A parent’s child support payments can be modified when changes occur in the parent’s or the child’s life. Understanding when child support can change may save a parent time and money when trying to determine whether to go back to court and get support changed. Factors which are taken into consideration are: the mother’s income; … Continue Reading