Allocation of Parental Responsibilities Lawyers in Centennial
Determining Child Custody Matters for Residents of Douglas, Arapahoe, Jefferson, Adams, Denver, Boulder, El Paso Counties, & Surrounding Areas a Complete Legal Separation
The well-being of children is often one of the most highly contested issues for parents. Colorado refers to the legal custody process as Allocation of Parental Responsibilities.
Child custody matters are important and should not be dealt with lightly. Our attorneys are passionate about helping our clients achieve a parenting plan that is in your child’s best interest. Whether you are dealing with parenting time and decision-making, relocating to another city or state with your child, or modifications to a previous agreement, our experienced attorneys have the answers and experience you need to make well-informed decisions for your family.
The Child’s Best Interests Standard
After a separation so much of the family dynamic changes, but one thing you want to ensure remains constant is that your children’s best interests are met at every stage. Allocation of parenting responsibilities determines who has time with the children throughout the year as well as who can make the major decisions in their lives.
Best interest considerations often include:
- What do the children want
- What do the parents want
- Is there a history of abuse
- Children’s relationship with parents, siblings, and others
- Adjustment to environment
- Physical and mental health of parties and children
- Ability of parents to encourage sharing of love, affection and contact between the child and the other parent
- Value systems
- Location of the parents relative to one another
Ideally, parents will be in agreement about what this allocation looks like, however, when that is not the case, we are here to advocate for what you believe is in your child’s best interests. Every family and every child has different needs.
Solutions Based Family Law can help you customize a parenting plan that is best for your children as well as the parents. Schedule a consultation by calling us at (720) 463-2232 or filling out our online form.