Divorce or separation drastically alters family and parenting relationships. It can be difficult to navigate the legal system and locate the specific resources you need.
We’ve worked to compile a list of resources that offer the specific information and guidance you need during different stages of the process.
These resources have helped other people prepare for and manage the challenges that a major life change such as divorce or separation can create for you and your family.
Resources that you may find helpful include:
Our website features Colorado family law information which is frequently updated to bring you the latest news and resources. See, for example, our article on moving with children regarding Colorado relocation custody-visitation laws including a list of the Colorado custody and visitation relocation procedure.
We are also extremely privileged to include here our “Best of the Net” award-winning feature, Child Custody Parenting Plan Options (for Children of School Age). These are derived from materials by, and are presented with the assistance (and permission) of, internationally renowned divorce researcher, clinical psychologist, family mediator and child custody and parenting educator, Joan B. Kelly, Ph.D.
In another web exclusive, we also include divorce and children expert Robert Emery, Ph.D.’s unique Child Custody Alternative Schedules (Parenting Time Plans), for all children’s ages as suggested for differing parents’ “divorce styles.” Dr. Emery also is a preeminent divorce mediator, psychologist and family researcher, and child custody and parenting educator and author.
Don’t wait any longer to get the answers you need. Divorce Resolutions, LLC can help you move forward. For compassionate yet experienced representation, call our office to schedule a consultation today. You can reach us at (303) 650-1750 or by filling out our contact form online. We have two offices. One is in Denver, the other is in Westminster.
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