parenting time custody in coloradoThe most important concern for any family going through divorce in Colorado is what will happen to the children. How do you decide what is in the best interests of the child? What determines who has been the primary parent of the child? What will your overnight schedule with the kids cost you?

Child Custody is also known as the allocation of parental responsibility in Colorado. The family law attorneys of Teddi Ann Barry, PC can help you determine what parenting plan or child custody situation is best for your family.

You must hire a family law attorney to understand and use the 11 factors of the Colorado Revised Statute §14-10-124 to your advantage and pursuit of your parental rights. To determine the best interests of the children, families and the Court must consider the following factors:

(I) The wishes of the child’s parents as to parenting time;

(II) The wishes of the child if he or she is sufficiently mature to express reasoned and independent preferences as to the parenting time schedule;

(III) The interaction and interrelationship of the child with his or her parents, his or her siblings, and any other person who may significantly affect the child’s best interests;

(IV) The child’s adjustment to his or her home, school, and community;

(V) The mental and physical health of all individuals involved, except that a disability alone shall not be abasis to deny or restrict parenting time;

(VI) The ability of the parties to encourage the sharing of love, affection, and contact between the child and the other party;

(VII) Whether the past pattern of involvement of the parties with the child reflects a system of values, time commitment, and mutual support;

(VIII) The physical proximity of the parties to each other as this relates to the practical considerations of parenting time;

(IX) Whether one of the parties has been a perpetrator of child abuse or neglect under section 18-6-401,C.R.S., or under the law of any state, which factor shall be supported by credible evidence;

(X) Whether one of the parties has been a perpetrator of domestic violence, which factor shall be supported by a preponderance of the evidence;

(XI) The ability of each party to place the needs of the child ahead of his or her own needs.

The family law attorneys of Teddi Ann Barry, PC make sure your parental rights are protected without compromising the best interests of your child.

With so many issues to consider, you must be sure to protect you, your children and your finances. Without counsel or the wrong attorney, you may find yourself spending thousands on a child family investigator or parental responsibility evaluator when neither is necessary. You may be agreeing to a parenting plan that is not feasible or realistic with your career and other obligations. You may want to leave the State for a new life and not realize how to make this happen.

We can’t help you if you don’t call! Call us now to find out how to best protect your parental rights and responsibilities in your custody case in Colorado.

paternity in coloradoPaternity: Not being legally married to the mother or father of your child or to the person with whom you are expecting a child poses some challenges. Both of these reasons are major reasons to hire counsel to help you. You need to have a parenting plan, so the child’s other parent does not try to take the child from you if the relationship ends. These can be specific and detailed or very general depending on your circumstances. READ MORE

modifications in coloradoModifications of Parental Responsibility: The most important concern for any family going through divorce in Colorado is what will happen to the children. How do you decide what is in the best interests of the child? What determines who has been the primary parent of the child? What will your overnight schedule with the kids cost you?  READ MORE

 

 

parenting time allocation of parental responsibilityParenting Time:The most important concern for any family going through divorce in Colorado is what will happen to the children. How do you decide what is in the best interests of the child? What determines who has been the primary parent of the child? What will your overnight schedule with the kids cost you?

Child Custody is also known as the Allocation of Parental Responsibility in Colorado. There is residential responsibility and decision-making responsibility to be determined. The family law attorneys of Teddi Ann Barry, PC can help you determine what parenting plan or child custody situation is best for you and your family. READ MORE

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When you decide to Divorce in Colorado, call Teddi Ann Barry, PC. Our mission is to resolve your family legal matters, quickly, efficiently, and in the most cost-effective manner possible. We have experience in all areas of family law, including high conflict litigation when necessary and permitted by Colorado Law

Teddi Ann Barry PC Family Law attorneys have offices throughout the state of Colorado, specifically including Denver, Cherry Creek, Vail, Avon, Steamboat. Our Home office is located in Denver at 899 Logan Street, Suite 203 Denver, CO 80203. Our phone number at this location is 720-722-0776. Our Vail location is at 30 W. Benchmark Road, Suite 214, Avon, CO 81620 970-949-0776.

Teddi Ann Barry PC focuses exclusively on Family law matters including, Divorce, Legal Separation, Mediation and Settlement Conferences, Common Law Marriage, Maintenance, Child Support, Parental Responsibility, Parenting time, Child Custody, Modifications, Paternity, Step-Parent Adoptions, Collaborative Law, Non-traditional Families and Pre and Post Nuptial agreements.

Our mission is to resolve your family legal matters, quickly, efficiently and in the most cost effective manner possible. We have experience in all areas of family law, including high conflict litigation when necessary and permitted by Colorado law.

Please call us for a private complimentary consultation call us in Denver, Colorado at 720-722-0776 or our Vail-Avon office and surrounding mountain communities at 970-949-0776.

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