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Aurora Child Custody Lawyer
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Child custody proceedings in Aurora can be some of the most difficult legal hearings to resolve. This is not because child custody hearings are legally complex or the governing statutes are difficult to apply; instead, child custody hearings and disputes threaten one of the most sacrosanct relationships in our existence – the relationship between you and your child. Your child custody hearing can determine whether your child will live primarily with you, what visitation schedule the other parent will enjoy, how medical and educational decisions will be made regarding the child, and what financial burden you will need to bear in order to facilitate the parenting plan.
During your child custody proceeding, the court will focus on what it believes the best interests of your child are. You need a dedicated advocate whose focus is on your rights as a parent. Call Divorce Matters® today and discuss your case with us.
Types of Child Custody Decisions that are Routinely Made in Aurora
Child custody orders are entered in an Aurora divorce proceeding or in a dedicated child custody lawsuit whenever you and your child’s parents are divorcing or separating and it therefore becomes impossible for both you and the other parent to visit and spend time with your child at the same time. If you and the other parent can agree how to provide one another with adequate parenting time and an opportunity to participate in the child’s upbringing, a court’s role may only be to adopt and affirm your agreement.
If no agreement can be reached, the court will consider your child’s best interests and accordingly enter orders:
- Selecting either you or the child’s other parent as the primary residential parent with whom the child will regularly reside;
- Establishing a “parenting plan” that describes the schedule according to which the other parent will visit with the child (including the holidays that parent will be able to visit the child), where exchanges are to occur, and how important decisions regarding the child’s medical care and education are to be decided;
- Modifying any previous orders entered in the case (or in other cases) so as to eliminate any confusion;
- Hold a party in contempt for failing to abide by the orders set by the court.
Divorce Matters® has the knowledge and resources to help increase your chances of obtaining the results you desire in your child custody proceeding. Speak with our experienced legal team today for assistance.
Your Aurora Child Custody Lawyer Awaits Your Call
Because an unfavorable outcome in your Aurora child custody dispute can have disastrous consequences on your ability to effectively and consistently parent your child, make certain you treat these proceedings seriously and with the help of a skilled Aurora child custody lawyer from Divorce Matters® at your side. Our legal team is committed to protecting your parental rights and your child’s interests so you can focus on your family. Call us at 720-463-1266 or contact us online and schedule your initial case consultation.
Divorce Matters® represents clients throughout Metro Denver and the Front Range including: Arapahoe County, Aurora, Boulder, Bow Mar, Castle Pines, Castle Rock, Centennial, Douglas County, Englewood, Cherry Hills Village, Denver, Greenwood Village, Jefferson County, Highlands Ranch, Littleton, Lone Tree, Louisville, and Parker.
Call Divorce Matters® today at (720) 580-6745 to schedule an appointment with an attorney.
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Our highly-accomplished divorce and family law attorneys practice throughout Colorado, including:
- Adams County (Arvada, Aurora, Brighton, Thornton, Westminster)
- Arapahoe County ( Aurora, Centennial, Cherry Hills Village, Englewood, Greenwood Village, Littleton)
- Boulder County (Boulder, Longmont)
- Broomfield County (Broomfield)
- Denver County (Denver)
- Douglas County (Castle Rock, Highlands Ranch, Lone Tree, Parker)
- El Paso County (Colorado Springs)
- Elbert County (Elizabeth, Kiowa)
- Jefferson County (Arvada, Golden, Lakewood, Morrison, Wheat Ridge)
- Larimer County ( Fort Collins, Loveland)
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