Call now to begin your free consultation
Phone 720-773-5708

Posts tagged "Child Custody & Parenting Time"

4 tips for helping you resolve child custody issues

When you and your co-parent can't come an immediate agreement on specific matters, the situation might turn into a conflict. Finding ways to overcome the conflicts that crop up can provide your children with a positive example of civil conflict resolution and strengthen your parenting relationship with your ex.

Start 2019 off with a positive parenting attitude

This is the time for parents who are divorced to make decisions about how things will go during the upcoming year. Even if co-parenting has been a bit rocky up to this point, you can make the choice to turn things around so that you can have a positive new year.

Factors the court might consider in child custody cases

Going to court to have a judge determine with whom the children will live can be an anxiety-producing experience. There are many factors that judges consider in custody matters. One is the living arrangements the children will have with each parent, but this doesn't mean that the court will automatically side with the parent who has the bigger house.

Teaching your children about personal boundaries is important

Finding a happy medium between you and your ex for teaching your children valuable life lessons after a divorce is a challenge. One area that can't be overlooked during childhood is teaching them about boundaries. Not only do you have to show them why rules and consequences matter, you also have to help them learn about personal boundaries.

Patience can have a positive impact on your parenting

One of the most important traits for parents to have is patience. This isn't easy even in the best of circumstances, but when you are suddenly thrust into the single parent life, it can be even more difficult. Not only are you dealing with raising your children, but you also have to deal with communicating with your ex in matters related to the kids.

Don't forget these important holiday planning tips

With the holidays right around the corner, now is the time to think about some child custody issues that might come up during this busy season. It is easy to get focused on the hoopla that comes with big gatherings, but there are some finer points to consider.

Holiday activities might require changes in parenting time plans

The winter holiday season isn't that far off. Even though you might not want to think about right now, you may need to if there are issues about the holiday parenting schedule that need to be hashed out before Thanksgiving break. For many parents, there is a standard schedule that the child follows during these festive times.

Help your kids feel at home in your house

One of the biggest adjustments that children have to make during a divorce is learning how to live in two homes. Both parents are going to have to take steps to ensure that the kids feel comfortable in both houses. This can take some work, especially for the parent who moved out of the marital home. Finding a way to help them can be challenging but rewarding.

Parenting plans must consider children's needs and schedules

The parenting plan that you set for your children as you work out child custody during your divorce can be as detailed as you feel it needs to be. At a minimum, it needs to cover the schedule that you will use to know which parent has the children when. It should also include information about who is going to make decisions in specific areas for the children.

Back to school might mean child custody changes are necessary

There are many things that parents have to deal with when back-to-school season starts. Buying school supplies, figuring out schedules and handling the kids' anxiety jitters are some of these. When you and your child's other parent are divorced, there can be additional complexities added to an already stressful situation.

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

Bold labels are required.

Contact Information
disclaimer.

The use of the Internet or this form for communication with the firm or any individual member of the firm does not establish an attorney-client relationship. Confidential or time-sensitive information should not be sent through this form.

close

Privacy Policy

Law Offices of Rodger C. Daley

Law Offices of Rodger C. Daley
724 East 19th Avenue
Denver, CO 80203

Toll Free: 866-428-3981
Phone: 720-773-5708
Fax: 303-539-0706
Denver Law Office Map

Email:[email protected]