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October 2014 Archives

Domestic violence is still an issue in Colorado, despite trend

While it can be hard to pin a number on the number of domestic violence cases that actually take place, it is possible to look at how many are reported. In Colorado, data from the last decade shows a consistently falling trend. Back in 2004, there were close to 15,000 reports, by 2009, it was under 14,000 and reports were just over 10,000 in 2013.

Setting up a parenting time plan in Colorado

Studies have shown that children need to have both of their parents in their lives. When they lose touch with one or the other, perhaps following a divorce, it can impact their development. It can also cause emotional damage. This is why it is so important to understand the parenting time -- which is sometimes called visitation -- laws in Colorado.

Men can be domestic violence victims, too

Many people often think of female victims when considering domestic violence, but it is important to note that men in Colorado can also be victimized in these situations. In fact, some studies have shown that up to 10 percent of American men have been the victims of violence in one fashion or another.

Are grandparents' rights recognized in child custody in Colorado?

In some states in the country, grandparents' rights are not usually recognized. In Colorado, if a parent has denied the grandparents a right to see their grandchildren, the court assumes that the parent has acted in the best interests of the child.

Randy Jackson's wife seeks divorce

For couples in Colorado and around the country, a divorce can be a devastating experience. Emotions can run the gamut from anger to sadness to relief. Most people likely just want the process over with so that they can begin to move on with their lives.

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