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Factors in a Wheat Ridge Child Custody Case | What Does the Court Consider When Deciding Parental Responsibilities and Parenting Time?

| Oct 19, 2018 | Child Custody |

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Fighting for custody or parenting time of your children is one of the most stressful experiences a person can go through. It’s important that you understand the process in order to protect yourself and your children. The family law attorneys from the Pearman Law Firm are experienced in handling child custody cases and know exactly what the Jefferson County Court is looking for when it comes to presenting evidence and making parental responsibility and custody arguments. Let’s look at the factors the court considers when determining parenting time and child custody in an Arvada divorce.

Jefferson County Family Law Attorney: Factors in a Colorado Child Custody Case

The Jefferson County Court uses the standard of what is in the best interest of the child to make any determinations regarding child custody, parenting time, and allocation of parental responsibilities. It’s all about the protection of the child. Some of the factors the court will use to determine what is in the children’s best interest are:

  • The child’s physical health;
  • The child’s emotional health;
  • The child’s social developmental needs;
  • The physical and metal health of each parent;
  • The ability to provide a stable and healthy living situation;
  • Any past history of abuse (including domestic violence and substance abuse) of wither parent;
  • The relationship the child has with each parent;
  • The desires of the child (if they are old enough to express their wants);
  • The parent’s willingness to co-parent and work together;
  • History of parenting abilities;

While there are other factors that the court may taken into consideration as well, these are the main ones that a Jefferson County Court judge will look for. If you are arguing for custody of your children, don’t leave things up to chance. Feel confident walking into the courtroom knowing that you have an experienced Littleton child custody attorney on your side, ready to fight passionately for your children.

If you are getting a divorce or facing child custody issues, contact the best family law attorneys from the Pearman Law Firm at 720-259-9528 or 888-835-6339 for a free initial phone consultation.

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