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Child Custody

Failure to Exercise Court Ordered Parenting Time (Part 1)

By: Stephen J. Plog Over decades of practicing family law in Colorado, I have seen most imaginable case scenarios and have been asked more questions that I can remember.  Every once in a while I am presented with something that does not come along every day.  One such question is, “what can
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Defending Against a Motion to Restrict Parenting Time

By: Sarah T. McCain It can sometimes come as a surprise when you are served with a Motion to Restrict Parenting Time by your child’s other parent.  However, if they are represented by an attorney, it shouldn’t.  Pursuant to the Colorado Rules of Civil Procedure, attorneys are under a duty to confer
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Regaining Custody From an Unfit Parent in Colorado

An unfit parent is incapable of reasonably and prudently caring for a child in his or her ward. The parent may be mentally unstable, abusive, neglectful or otherwise unable to provide proper care to the child. Keeping a child in the custody of an unfit parent can lead to tragedies. If you
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Getting Ready For Mediation in Your Divorce or Custody Case

By Michelle L. Searcy Whether you are involved in a divorce (dissolution of marriage), child custody (allocation of parental rights), or modification family law case, you will be encouraged, if not ordered to participate in mediation.  In mediation, the mediator will work with you to try to resolve issues through agreement.  This
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What is a PCDM and Should I have One in My Child Custody case?

By:  Sarah T. McCain In cases involving  child custody, especially those of a high conflict nature, you may hear the term “PCDM” mentioned as you near the end of litigation or settlement communications. It is often the recommendations of a Child and Family Investigator or Parental Responsibilities Evaluation that open discussions regarding
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