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Grandparents may help your kids during your divorce

Your children need stability when you are going through a divorce. This isn't an easy time for them, so you will need to find ways to help them through it. One thing that you might do is encourage them to spend time with their grandparents if they live close to you.

Uncooperative co-parents can make things difficult

A successful co-parenting relationship requires both adults to work together throughout the process of rearing the children. While this might work for some people, it won't work for others if one party decides to stop cooperating with the other. This is problematic and can ruin the relationship. It also puts the children in a difficult spot.

Plan moves with kids carefully after divorce

Children often rebel against parents who are going through a divorce. This is a rough situation for the adults because they want to see their children happy. One of the biggest changes that might come in this situation is that someone must move out of the marital home. Helping the kids to adjust to this is going to be rather complex for many people.

Plan carefully for child custody exchanges with your ex

Spending time with your children is probably the highlight of your day. When you are divorced and co-parenting, you might not get that chance daily, so making the most of the time you do have together quickly becomes a priority. It is important to remember that you don't always have to do special things with your children. Instead, it is fine to just have normal family time.

Co-parenting requires cooperation in front of the children

Kids don't deserve to have a bad life just because their parents divorce. Instead, they should be able to count on their parents to work together for their good. One way that parents do this is through co-parenting. When you make the decision to co-parent, you have to keep your focus on the children.

Work with your ex to address behavioral issues in children

Some children don't adjust well to the changes that come with divorce. They might not be able to handle the flood of emotions they experience. For some kids, the overwhelming emotions come out as behavioral troubles. In most cases, they aren't trying to misbehave. Instead, they just don't know what to do and can't control their reactions.

Let kids know they aren't the cause for your divorce

Children who have to live through their parent's divorce might find it hard to cope with what is going on. Some might wonder whether their parents splitting up is their fault. The little ones might think that they did something bad that made it happen. The older ones might assume that their behavior or performance in school has a part in the adult calling it quits. One of the most important things that you can do in these cases is to reassure the children that they didn't play a part in your divorce. You might have to do this multiple times, so be ready when you notice it is needed.

Set suitable precedent in child custody cases

For parents who are getting divorced, having to make decisions for the children is often challenging. You have to think about what is best for the kids, which can be difficult when you are dealing with raw emotions that come with the end of the marriage. We realize that you might have some concerns about your future, and we are here to help you learn about all possible options.

Parenting plans can include various points

When you think of child custody, you might think of the transfer of the children between parents. There is so much more to these arrangements that you should think about if you are facing a divorce that involves children. The more detailed these orders, the better your children might fare because they will be able to count on consistency.

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