This time in your life can be overwhelming, but you’re not alone. We see unique cases every day, and we are ready when you are to take the next step with you. Below are some questions we see often.
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Can I file for a divorce online?
The short answer is yes, you can file for divorce online. However, as always, it depends on your unique situation.
What is divorce mediation?
What is a divorce deposition?
How long does the divorce process take?
Can I file for divorce and bankruptcy at the same time?
Who gets the house?
How do I file for custody?
We’re moving. What does this mean for our child custody agreement?
When parents move to a location that makes a current parenting time order impractical, court orders are modified before they even begin packing. Failure to properly follow the statutory requirements to modify your child custody agreement because you are moving away from the other parent can have serious legal consequences.
How do I make sure I can still see my grandchildren after their parents divorce?
While you wish to keep a strong connection with your grandchild(ren), it might become complicated from a legal standpoint. Colorado favors the parents’ right to raise their own children, so it is possible for grandparents to be taken out of the family equation.
I don’t want to terminate my parental rights. What are my options?
There are several possible alternatives to terminating your parental rights, but your options depend on your specific situation. It’s a difficult and complicated subject, so it is important to know where you stand.
Our current visitation schedule isn’t working. What are my options?
I am not being paid child support, even though it was court ordered. What can I do?
How do I get full custody of my child?
Colorado laws state that all custody decisions will be made from the perspective of a “child's best interest.” Either parent can bring evidence into court to support a claim that he should have primary responsibility. Of course, your chances of being awarded full custody are better if you can establish that this request serves the best interests of your child and if you have strong supporting evidence.
How do I win the custody battle?
How do I adopt my stepchild?
Who can adopt in Colorado?
If you are 21 years of age or older, you can adopt a child in a same sex relationship. A person convicted of a felony offense that involves child abuse, a crime of violence, or a felony offense involving unlawful sexual behavior shall not be allowed to adopt a child. The child that you want to adopt, should be under the age of 18. You will need approval from the court if the child you are wanting to adopt is between the ages of 18 and 21.