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.
A New Year is upon us and usually, that means planning ahead for the rest of the year. Some of those plans may include family vacations. If you are getting divorced or have a current parental responsibilities plan, you may be wondering how vacations work. Generally, there is not an issue if you choose to vacation within the State of Colorado, however, if an out of state vacation is on your radar, that can be a different story.
In my last blog, I wrote about the Child Family Investigator (CFI) and their role in a Wheat Ridge or Jefferson County divorce or child custody case. Another professional that may become involved with contested parenting arrangements is the Parental Responsibilities Evaluator or PRE. As an impartial third party, the PRE provides a report to the Jefferson County Court regarding mental health evaluations and recommendations.
We often get questions regarding relinquishment of parental rights in Wheat Ridge and Jefferson County. Questions like, "What if I am being asked to relinquish my parental rights?" or "How do I ask my child's biological parent to relinquish their parental rights?" Often relating to an adoption, relinquishing parental rights can be done in two ways: voluntarily or involuntarily. Let's take a closer look at these two types of parental right relinquishments.