By: Stephen Plog
A couple of weeks ago, while browsing the news on the internet I happened upon a story regarding a Michigan custody case which left me speechless. My jaw dropped, I spilled my coffee, and instantly started pondering the ramifications the story would have if this kind of judicial nonsense existed in Colorado family law cases. Fortunately it does not. The specific news story related to a case in which a judge decided to put three Michigan children in a youth detention center (jail) for refusing to spend time with their father as per court orders. In all my years’ experience I have never seen this type of action taken in Colorado regarding visitation (parenting time).