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Child Custody & Parenting Time Archives

Make sure you understand what's included in a parenting agreement

The parenting agreement is the backbone of the parenting relationship you will have after your divorce. It includes important information about the child's visitation schedule and other facets of the child's life. Even if you aren't too familiar with the parenting agreement, you will need to get one in place so that you can get the divorce over with and move on to your new life.

Place your child's needs first when you work with your ex

Child custody cases often come along with a divorce, but this isn't the only time that these cases come up. Some child custody cases come when a child's parents aren't married but choose to break up a relationship. They can also come when those parents never had a formal relationship. In all of these cases, the children must remain the focus of the case.

Seeking access to your grandchildren may benefit you both

Grandparents in many cases play essential roles in children's lives, having relationships with children that are different from the ones the children have with their parents. However, the rights of grandparents come only after the rights of parents from a legal standpoint.

What will your parental role look like after divorce?

Every Colorado parent working through a divorce will have concerns about what will happen to his or her children during and after the process. If you are a parent and you are facing divorce, you likely share these concerns, and you may be wondering what your parental role will look like after everything is final. 

Child custody should consider the circumstances of your case

Your child custody case doesn't have to be filled with unpleasant events that are stressful. Instead, you and your ex can make a conscious effort to work together to make life easier for your children. The benefits of working together with your ex for this purpose can extend to your life and your ex's life.

Help your child thrive through routines and consistency

A child custody case is a big upheaval for the child. These cases often mean that everything the child is accustomed to isn't the same any longer. This can be difficult for a child to deal with, especially if the child is younger.

Get along with your ex to make custody matters easier

We recently discussed how you and your ex trying to get along in a child custody situation might help your children to adjust to the new situation. The truth here is that getting along can also make the arrangement much easier for you.

When deciding custody, what does the judge want to know?

Do you feel as though you tried everything to work out a custody arrangement with the other parent? Were you unable to reach an acceptable compromise? Are you now facing an impasse that means that you and the other parent will need to rely on the court to make a decision for you?

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.

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