Child custody cases take the specific points of the case into account. These points include factors like the domestic violence that we discussed in our previous blog posts. When there are circumstances like that at the heart of the child custody case, the court must carefully consider the options that are available for the child.
We know that dealing with child custody issues is troubling for parents. You only want what is best for your child. Having to rely on someone else to make determinations about how your child should be handled is troubling. We can help you to learn about what might happen and determine how Colorado law can impact your case.
You must remember that the court has to consider the best interests of your child. How the case impacts you or your ex must come last. This makes these cases even more difficult, but it is easy to see why it must be that way.
Whether you are looking into what can happen with your child if you leave your ex or trying to work out a deal about visitation, you should learn about the options that you have available to you. In cases that don’t involve domestic violence, you might be able to go through mediation to help you and your ex come to terms about what will happen.
We can even help you if you need to have your current child custody order modified. This might be the case if your circumstances have changed or if your child has needs that weren’t present when the initial order was made.