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Child Custody

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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How Will Private School Be Treated in My Divorce Case?

By:  Jessica A. Saldin There are many issues related to education and school that must be considered as part of a divorce case.  Prior blog posts have discussed some of these issues.  This post is specifically focused on private schooling and how the issue may be treated as part of your divorce
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Relocation from Colorado with Existing Child Custody Orders

By: Janette Jordan If you have an existing child custody case in Colorado, are the primary residential custodian, and are considering relocating out of state with the minor child or children, you will need to seek permission from the court or written consent from the other parent.  Even a move from one
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Name Changes in Colorado Family Law Cases

By: Janette Jordan There are two types of name changes that occur in a family law case: the restoration of the Wife’s name to her maiden name or other previous name and the changing of the name of a minor child in a divorce or custody case. In a divorce case, if
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Enforcing and Out-of-State Child Custody Orders

By: Curtis Wiberg In our mobile society, it is not an uncommon occurrence for parents to obtain custody orders in one state, and for both parents and the children to later reside in other states, soon after.  This can make resolution of subsequent conflicts involving parenting time (visitation) complicated. Every state in
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