Divorce is definitely not an easy thing for you and your family. The legal process is what initially causes the most damage, financially and emotionally, but the long-term effects are typically what hurt the most. It is important to get to know the laws and practices in Colorado so that you can prepare yourself for the events to come.
- February 22, 2013
- Child custody in Colorado
- By TEDDI ANN BARRY, P.C.
Colorado no longer refers to the determination of parent child relationships after divorce as “child custody.” Today we instead determine decision-making responsibilities and residential responsibilities for children with their parents.
- Colorado Child Custody Laws
Many U.S. states have very similar laws when it comes to the family courts and laws. Sometimes, in any situation, there may be some 150-year-old law or a very unusual law that is generally unknown to the common citizen. These can pose a problem if you have a court date coming up. Colorado child custody laws are like many other states but it is important to get to know them before you go into the courtroom to get rid of any chance of unexpected surprises.
- Links to resources in Colorado
Links to Colorado Child Care, Child Support, Collaborative Law, Counseling and therapy, Courts, Financial planning and debt management, Investigations, Law firms and lawyers, Long Distance and Virtual Parenting, Mediators, Parental Alienation, Parenting Education, Real Estate, Supervised Visitation, Support Groups and more.
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