Recent Posts in Child Custody Category

  • Challenging a Will When the Will Contains a "No Contest/In Terrorem" Clause

    Posted By Jorgensen, Brownell & Pepin, P.C.

    7 Jun. 2017

    With second marriages and blended families being common, estate planning has become a bit more complicated. A couple may have “her” children, “his” children, and “our” children. They may wish to treat these groups of children differently in their estate plan. Someone may be disappointed when the Last Will is probated. In order to prevent this fight, a person can ...
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  • Parental Rights with Children who are Dual Citizens:

    Posted By Jorgensen, Brownell & Pepin, P.C.

    25 Apr. 2017

    When a parent removes a child from the U.S, what recourse does the remaining parent have? As our world continues to grow smaller and more interconnected, marriages involving dual citizens are increasingly common, resulting in international custody battles. Once an action is filed in Colorado, state law dictates that neither parent may remove the child from the state of Colorado without agreement ...
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  • Grandparent Visitation Rights in Colorado

    Posted By Jorgensen, Brownell & Pepin, P.C.

    5 Apr. 2017

    What rights do grandparents hold when it comes to visitation with their grandchildren? Colorado Courts recognize the fundamental right of fit parents to make decisions regarding the care, custody and control of their children. What does this mean for grandparents? There is no automatic right to grandparent visitation in Colorado, however, Colorado Revised Statutes §19-1-117 grants ...
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  • Who Determines Child Custody and How?

    Posted By Jorgensen, Brownell & Pepin, P.C.

    27 Feb. 2017

    When a marriage comes to an end, parents must decide how to divide their family and household in two. The most legally and emotionally difficult part of this undertaking is often determining child custody. If you are a divorcing parent, it is critical to understand how the process works and who has the final say in where your child will live. A principle concept in all custody disputes is that ...
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  • Child Support Part Two - What is "Income"?

    Posted By Jorgensen, Brownell & Pepin, P.C.

    22 Dec. 2016

    In the last blog we discussed child support and how it is calculated. The basis of all calculations is the gross income of both parties. Income is defined as the actual gross income (the pre-tax, and pre-deduction income) of the parent or the potential income of the parent. The definition of gross income is fairly extensive and includes income from any source. Such as salaries, commissions, ...
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  • 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 ...
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  • Domestic Violence and Custody

    Posted By Jorgensen, Brownell & Pepin, P.C.

    24 Jun. 2016

    The Courts and legislature take domestic violence very seriously. In 2013, the legislature expanded the definition of domestic violence as it pertains to domestic issues of protection orders, parenting time, and decision-making responsibilities. The expanded definition of domestic abuse includes physical threats of violence and harm, mental and emotional abuse, financial control, document control, ...
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  • The Holidays Are Coming - Are You Prepared?

    Posted By Jorgensen, Brownell & Pepin, P.C.

    17 Nov. 2015

    1. Are both parents on the same schedule? If you have a court order for parenting time on the holidays, make sure you’re both on the same page, sending a polite email saying you’d like to confirm holiday parenting time, and setting out what you believe the schedule is, let’s you know if there’s a problem. An attorney can help you sort out a problem now, a month in advance, ...
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