Call now to begin your free consultation
Phone 303-500-5738

Posts tagged "Child custody"

When is seeking sole custody the best choice?

Colorado parents know that divorce is a difficult process, especially when it comes to navigating concerns related to child custody. Parents are naturally greatly concerned with what will happen to their children in a divorce, and because of this, both parties may find themselves fighting for custody and visitation plans that are vastly different.

Which laws govern child custody issues regarding grandparents?

Divorce is seldom easy, and those involving children are often particularly challenging. Colorado parents who divorce often disagree on matters concerning custody and visitation of their children. The court generally believes that children should be provided ample time with both parents following divorce to increase their chances of successfully adapting to new lifestyles. However, in certain circumstances, a parent's presence may be detrimental to children, in which case the court would rule accordingly in the children's best interests.

How to avoid common parenting plan problems when you divorce

You may be one of many Colorado families who will spend this year's summer adapting to a new lifestyle after divorce. As a parent of several children, you're likely experiencing various levels of anxiety regarding your continuing relationship with your former spouse as a co-parent. Even though you chose to untie your marital knot, you know you will always be connected to your former spouse because of your children. The parenting plan horror stories others have told you have you feeling a little nervous about your own future.

Addiction can impact parental rights

Most people know or at least suspect when someone close has an addiction. Maybe your spouse's addiction was the main reason your marriage ended. Raising children with a drug addict or alcoholic can be frustrating and frightening because mind-altering substances can make a person undependable or even dangerous.

What You Should Know About Denver Child Custody Law

In Denver, the courts use the term "parental responsibilities," instead of "custody." "Parental responsibilities" covers parenting time and decision-making responsibilities involving children. Deciding the amount of time the child will spend with each parent as well as deciding who will be responsible for making legal decisions for the child is known as "allocation of parental responsibilities."

Sherri Shepherd wins one of two child custody cases

Sherri Shepherd, one of the co-hosts of "The View," recently won one of her child custody cases. Shepherd's ex-husband filed for temporary physical custody of their 9-year-old son, claiming that Shepherd's job was of more importance to her than their child. However, a judge denied the man's claim, saying that nothing "material" had changed and that the custody arrangement would remain as is.

Some financial mistakes to avoid during divorce

It goes without saying that a divorce is a very important step in a person's life, and it also goes without saying that, over the course of time, many people have made plenty of mistakes during divorce. As a result, there are some common things to avoid during the divorce process.

During divorce, beware of legal advice from family and friends

If you have recently announced your decision to divorce, you may have noticed that people around you have a lot of advice to give -- particularly those who have been through a divorce of their own. While all of this advice is probably well intentioned, you have probably noticed that not all of it is helpful. What you may not realize, however, is that some of it can be downright harmful, especially it involves legal and financial matters pertaining to your divorce.

Beware of electronic spying during and after divorce

During and after divorce, it is important to be alert to the risk that your ex could be using technology to invade your privacy. Not only is spying creepy and potentially illegal, but depending on the circumstances it could may affect the outcome of divorce-related issues such as child custody, property division or spousal support. In some situations, it can even be dangerous.

Researchers say Facebook use may be linked to divorce

Spending too much time on social networking sites like Facebook may be hard in your relationship, according to a recent study. The study, which was published online recently in the journal Computers and Human Behavior, found that heavy use of Facebook and similar sites correlates strongly with divorce and marital problems among couples in the United States.

If you need help, contact us as soon as possible.

Bold labels are required.

Contact Information
disclaimer.

The use of the Internet or this form for communication with the firm or any individual member of the firm does not establish an attorney-client relationship. Confidential or time-sensitive information should not be sent through this form.

close

Privacy Policy

Law Offices of Rodger C. Daley

Law Offices of Rodger C. Daley
724 East 19th Avenue
Denver, CO 80203

Toll Free: 866-428-3981
Phone: 303-500-5738
Fax: 303-539-0706
Denver Law Office Map

Email:Rodger@rcdaley.com

Review Us