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When children are involved, the divorce process doesn't end once the final paperwork is filed. With children come often contentious and painful negotiations about – and modification of – parental rights, parenting time, and custody.
Today, these already complicated issues are further challenged by increasing needs of parents to relocate due to financial challenges brought on by the Great Recession. Additionally, non-married couples who separate but have children together also face sensitive and difficult decisions about children when they separate.
Our team has deep experience dealing with child custody and parental rights issues – and we believe it is our duty and an imperative to help couples address custody and rights issues in ways that reduce the impact of divorce and protect children in the process.
You'll have many questions about custody issues – and those questions will last a lifetime. Early decisions and legal intervention when children are involved can prevent painful and costly modifications and changes in the future.
Contact us today for a consultation to understand your parental rights and make decisions that are in the best interests of divorce's most vulnerable parties.
We serve all of Colorado Including the following cities and counties:
Denver, Greenwood Village, Highlands Ranch, Aurora, Centennial,Arapahoe County, Douglas County, Castle Rock, Parker, Cherry Hills Village, Littleton, Lakewood, Jefferson County, Arvada, Adams County, Thornton, Broomfield, Elbert County, Elizabeth, Morrison, Westminster, Boulder