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  • Who Can Be a Child’s Guardian in Colorado?

    Posted on August 5, 2020 by Chistopher N. Little

    Becoming a child's guardian in Colorado is a legal process that should be taken seriously. You need to be 21 years of age and a responsible person to be appointed guardianship. Using an attorney to complete this process is advised. Society recognizes that children are vulnerable and need at least one responsible adult to protect and provide for them. In most circumstances, this is the child's parent. However, sometimes their parents are unav...

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  • Do Grandparents Have Visitation Rights in Colorado?

    Posted on July 29, 2020 by Chistopher N. Little

    In many families, grandparents are very involved. When circumstances change, a grandparent might want to seek legal help to exercise their rights. Colorado law does give grandparents visitation rights under several circumstances.  Anyone with grandchildren can tell you how special they are. Some grandparents form very tight bonds with their grandchildren. Today’s grandparents are arguably more involved than those of past generations. ...

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  • Modifying Child Support Based on Unemployment

    Posted on July 22, 2020 by Chistopher N. Little

    Sometimes parents who pay child support become unemployed. When this happens, they have the right to ask the court to modify their payments during this time of financial stress. Hiring a child support lawyer to assist you in this endeavor can be highly beneficial. Child support orders are created and intended by the court to continue until the termination date. However, the law also appreciates that there are changes in circumstances that wo...

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  • Do You Qualify for an Annulment in Colorado?

    Posted on July 15, 2020 by Chistopher N. Little

    While divorces and civil annulments both terminate your marital status, they are different under the law. A legal divorce recognizes that a marriage once existed and then was terminated. In contrast, an annulment not only terminates the marriage but treats it as if it never existed. Depending on your goals for ending your marriage and the length of your marriage, an annulment might be a better option. To find out if you qualify for an annulment...

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  • Alimony Modifications Due to Loss of Income

    Posted on July 8, 2020 by Chistopher N. Little

    Life can bring many unexpected and sometimes not so pleasant changes. Millions of Americans are experiencing this fact as of late thanks to the coronavirus outbreak. In May, the Colorado Department of Labor and Employment (CDLE) reported that the state’s unemployment rate had reached 10.2 percent. The downturn of the economy has left many Coloradoans scrambling to pay their bills and wondering what to do next. For unemployed workers paying al...

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  • Do You Disagree with the Court’s Custody Order?

    Posted on July 1, 2020 by Chistopher N. Little

    It is not uncommon for parents to be disappointed or even furious regarding the court's custody order, especially if they believe their own input was not taken into consideration. If this has happened to you, you are likely wondering what options you have if you do not agree with the custody order handed down by a family court judge. The first step is to contact an experienced Aurora appeals lawyer who can help you navigate the legal environmen...

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