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My 16 Year Old Wants to Live With Me. Can I Modify Custody?

You may be able to modify “custody” depending on the circumstances in your case. Firstly, custody is called “parental responsibilities” in Colorado and ties into both parenting time and making child decisions. Colorado child custody, in terms of where the child lives, is going to be modified pursuant to C.R.S.14-10-129. In a

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Can I Move to Another State with my Children?

Securing approval to relocate out of state with your child in a joint-custody arrangement necessitates seeking permission from a judge, underscoring the importance of legal clearance in such matters. Neglecting this crucial step may lead to significant repercussions. Initiate the process by informing the other parent through a formal, written notice, ensuring

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Common Reasons for Denial of a Child Custody Relocation Order

Navigating co-parenting with a custody order requires legal compliance and careful consideration of a potential move’s impact. Reasons for denial of relocation requests in Colorado include procedural errors and failure to demonstrate the move’s benefit to the child, necessitating legal counsel for modification if denied. Co-parenting when there is a child custody

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What to Do With Your House in a Divorce

Our family law attorneys have over 20 years of experience representing a variety of cases related to divorce, maintenance, division of marital property, and more. One of the most common issues that comes up in a divorce is the division or disposal of the marital home. Our legal team has gathered common

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Can I Get Custody of My Grandchildren?

Pursuant to Colorado child custody statutes, specifically C.R.S. 14-10-123, non-parents can seek custody of a child in certain situations. Under Colorado law, “custody” is technically termed “parental responsibilities.” Non-parents includes grandparents, though just because they are relatives of the child and grandparents does not mean they are given any greater, preferential treatment

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How Long Do You Have to Be Married to Get Alimony in Colorado?

If you are facing a divorce or legal separation, you should prepare yourself for significant financial changes. This includes the possibility of receiving or paying alimony.  Whether you hope to receive payment or hope to avoid paying, you might be wondering, “How long do you have to be married to get alimony

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