Colorado stopped using the legal term “custody” or “visitation” some time ago. Colorado statutes now refer to three primary Parental Responsibilities:
In divorce cases, custody orders or parental responsibilities orders are entered as the divorce case proceeds through the courts. Often the custody portion of a divorce is one of the more contested issues. However, a great many cases involving children only are filed in the Colorado courts system.
The Drexler Law Group will advise you regarding whether the exercise of parenting time is appropriate, whether it should be suspended or restricted, or whether it is okay to self-restrict parenting time given certain emergency situations. The bottom line is that it is critical to seek professional legal advice prior to withholding parenting time.
If you and your spouse, or the opposing party, cannot agree on these issues, a court can order an evaluation or investigation that assesses your situation and what parenting plan may be in the child’s or children’s best interest.
The attorneys at The Drexler Law Group will explore the differences with you and advise which expert would be a better fit for your case. Call a Child Custody Lawyer in Colorado today!
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