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By Jennifer McDonald, January 2014 If you have children, and you are thinking about getting a divorce, or if you are looking to establish a custody proceeding in Colorado, you should know what the court will look at when it
If you have ever been involved in a child custody case or you are about to begin one you most likely have heard the phrase “best interests of the child.” In Colorado, child custody and visitation issues are based on
Colorado is considered a “no fault” state. This means that you do not need the consent of your spouse to obtain a divorce, nor are the reasons why you want a divorce considered in granting the divorce. In Colorado, the
Counseling is the First Step The Lacerte Law Firm strongly believes that prior to speaking with a Colorado family law attorney about divorce, couples should first explore family therapy, couples counseling, or individual therapy to fully investigate the problems that are