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October 2015 Archives

How can child custody cases differ from each other?

Child custody cases are often contentious because both parents likely want to spend as much time as they can with a child. Each parent likely has his or her own ideas about how the child should be reared. There really isn't such a thing as a standard child custody case because every child custody case involves family dynamics and the child's needs.

Annulments in Colorado are possible under certain circumstances

Marriages end for a variety of reasons. While many people think that marriages only end because the spouses can't get along, there are some instances in which the marriage ends for reasons such as fraud or improper consent. In some instances, it is possible for the person to seek an annulment instead of a divorce.

Don't fall victim to easily overlooked mistakes during divorce

When you are going through a divorce, emotions and desperation might be the leading factors that determine your actions. Even though those are factors that you need to deal with during the divorce, you must still ensure that you are protecting yourself throughout the process. If you are heading toward divorce or in the process of one, make sure that you take care of these easily overlooked mistakes.

Relocation, job changes and other reasons for modifications

Child custody matters are some of the most difficult to deal with when parents aren't in a relationship. Some parents might not want to have to deal with child custody issues after the initial order is entered. There are some cases in which modifications to child custody orders or child support orders might be necessary. We can help you explore your options when the need for a modification arises.

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