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You can still make decisions, even with limited responsibility

Colorado no longer uses the word custody when referring to a parent's time with a child, instead calling it parental responsibility. The idea is the same, but the change in terms opens the door for two different types of responsibility, which are:

How can I help my child cope with divorce?

It's easy to get focused on the property division and child custody aspect of the divorce. However, if you have children as a result of the relationship, it's important to keep them at the forefront of the process and be prepared to handle their emotional needs as they navigate the divorce as well.

What should I do about my social media accounts during a divorce?

We've all heard the stories of social media platforms such as Facebook and Instagram being one of the main reasons behind a divorce. However, continuing to use these sites once you are in the divorce process can also have negative ramifications on your settlement.

Increasing your chances of a getting child support modification

Circumstances change as children get older, and it's very likely that most divorced couples will see at least one child support modification over the course of the support order. Understanding what qualifies as grounds for a child support modification and how best to present your case is an important part of being prepared.

Compromise is often best in child custody cases

Child custody matters are often very difficult matters for parents. The child's best interests have to be placed at the heart of the case. But, what happens if the parents don't agree on what is in the child's best interests? In some cases, the parents might have to turn to the court to have the court decide what is in the child's best interests. We know that the thought of having to go through a child custody case isn't a pleasant one, but we are here to help you through it.

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

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