Frequently Asked Colorado Custody Questions
Colorado Custody:(See Colorado Revised Statutes, Title 14, Article 10, Sections 123 & 124)
With more than 70 years of collective experience to our name, the custody attorneys at Plog & Stein, P.C. recognize that nothing matters more than your children. We have encountered all kinds of custody issues over the years, whether related to parenting time, decision making, or modifications. Our attorneys have answered some of the frequently asked questions asked by our clients below. From time to time, our experienced Denver divorce attorneys will update these with new questions for your information.
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- Initial Determinations
- How is custody decided?
- What is “primary residential custody”?
- As a stepmom, do I have any custody rights?
- What is the difference between a “custody” case and a “paternity” case?
- My husband is threatening to take the children and move to California. What can I do?
- Can I request genetic testing in a divorce case with children?
- Can I seek custody of my niece and nephew?
- How does a court set holiday visitation?
- I moved to Colorado 3 months ago. Can I file for custody?
- I’m in the middle of a custody battle, and Social Services just opened up a dependency and neglect case against my wife. What happens now?
- Parenting Time (Visitation)
- Modifications of Parenting Time or Custody
- How often can my ex file a motion to change custody?
- How old does my child have to be to decide where he wants to live?
- I am in the military and being deployed overseas. What happens with my parenting time and joint legal custody?
- I have custody of my kids. Can I move out of state with them?
- We got divorced in Colorado, but have both moved to different states. Does our custody case remain in Colorado?
- Legal Custody (Parental Responsibilities/Major Decision-Making)
- Child Custody Experts
- Enforcement of Parenting Time Orders