Divorce and Mental Health

In the course of many divorce cases sometimes one spouse develops issues that affect their psychological functioning. The causes can range from prior undiagnosed mental health issues to sudden changes in mental health due to illness, substance abuse, or injury, such as head trauma. In these kinds of divorce cases, the complexity involved in tryingContinue reading “Divorce and Mental Health”

Child Custody and Schools

In the course of many custody cases, the initial determination of the issues resolving children, especially younger children, who aren’t yet in school, may seem complete, but in few years, problems can arise when it comes to school registration. In Colorado, you can designate the parent whose address will be used for school registration andContinue reading “Child Custody and Schools”

Child Support Obligations

In most divorce cases or cases involving the allocation of parental responsibilities, there is usually a child support order issued by the court.  Those obligations, as orders of the court, are not modifiable except with another order from the Court.   However, many people find themselves in circumstances where the circumstances of their co-parenting relationshipContinue reading “Child Support Obligations”

Civil Protection Orders

There are times when those in intimate relationships or marriages when abusive and violent behavior is exhibited by one of the parties to the relationship.  Understandably, this conduct has significant psychological, financial. and emotional effects on it’s victims.   Those victims can be men or women of any age or socio-economic status.   When actsContinue reading “Civil Protection Orders”

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