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February 2019 Archives

Children should usually spend time with both parents

Your parenting time with your children is precious time that should be used to make memories. The way that you do this should be by finding positive ways that you can nurture your bond with them. This might mean that you stay home and spend quality time together. It can also involve going out to experience fun things. We know that you might think of the time with your children as being limited, but you can make the most of it since you have the child custody schedule.

What most judges consider when making child custody decisions

As a Colorado parent, you know what's best for your children. If you have kids in various age groups, you've likely encountered and risen above numerous challenges as you help them navigate the physical and emotional aspects of each stage in life. Informing your children that you are getting divorced is likely not one of the easiest tasks you'll ever undertake.

Prepare for all aspects of the legal end of your marriage

Your divorce has a lot of personal considerations. You have to take the time to think carefully about all decisions that come up. Try to look at the circumstances that are present in your case so you can make your choices based on how things will affect you. We know that this might not be easy, but you are the one who needs to consider all the aspects of your case so that you can decide what is best for you.

Stability and positive thinking can help children during divorce

Your divorce is a difficult time for your children. They might internalize the matters that are going on right now. As the parent, you have to determine how you might be able to help them through this. One of the most important things to do is to remind them that they aren't the cause of the divorce. No matter what happened that led to the divorce, you can't try to push the blame off on the children.

Preparing for financial stability after divorce

If you are preparing to divorce, it is likely because you need a change. However, many Colorado spouses are not prepared for the kinds of changes they face after divorce, especially in the area of money. You may be financially comfortable in your marriage, but it is important to understand how quickly this can change, and not always for the better.

Safety is a focus when you leave an abusive relationship

Domestic violence is a dangerous situation, especially when children are involved. For parents in this situation, making plans to get the kids out of danger should be the priority. This might involve leaving the only home they've known and not being able to see their other parent, but you have to put your children's needs first.

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