Blog Posts in August, 2016 Back to school Co-Parenting Tips Posted By Jorgensen, Brownell & Pepin, P.C. 30 Aug. 2016 The new school year is upon us, and it is time to get the kids ready to return to school. For families who co-parent, this may mean reverting to a “school schedule” for parenting time. This also means preparing your child for a new grade, new teacher, and possibly a new school. It’s important for your children to feel supported by both parents as they transition into a new ... Continue Reading Share This Post: Residential Real Estate Seller's Property Disclosures Posted By Jorgensen, Brownell & Pepin, P.C. 24 Aug. 2016 In Colorado, real estate brokers and attorneys use a standard contract to buy and sell real estate that has been approved by the Colorado Real Estate Commission. The standard contract requires that the seller complete a property disclosure form that explains the conditions of the property as the seller knows them to be. It is very important for the seller to carefully read each section prior to ... Continue Reading Share This Post: Conflicts in Guardianships and Conservatorships - Part 3 - What to Expect at the Hearing Posted By Jorgensen, Brownell & Pepin, P.C. 18 Aug. 2016 As noted in Part 2, the statutes provide a list of persons who have priority to be appointed as a guardian or conservator, but these lists are not set in stone. When there is disagreement as to who should act as guardian and conservator for an elderly parent, it is up to the court to decide. At the hearing, the elderly person who needs assistance with their affairs is known as the Respondent. In ... Continue Reading Share This Post: Joint Decision Making and Communication Posted By Jorgensen, Brownell & Pepin, P.C. 17 Aug. 2016 When it comes to successful co-parenting and shared decision-making, communication between parents is key. Coordinating schedules and exchanging children isn’t always easy, especially if you and your ex have communication issues. The Courts want you and your ex to be able to resolve as many issues on your own as possible, without needing the Court to intervene. One way to communicate ... Continue Reading Share This Post: Blog Home 4 results found. Viewing page 1 of 1.