File for change of parental responsibility? On arrival, I recorded our conversation for proof that this is his decision.
answered on Aug 24, 2022
If your child's father is certain that he wants a long term change in parenting time, and the same is in the best interest of your child, the least expensive and quickest manner to achieve a Court's recognition of the change is to enter into a Stipulation to Modify Parenting Plan and... Read more »
filed an allocation or parental responsibility case in 2019 I was offering 50/50. The other party has had an attorney and a year later he decided he wanted to request a cfi under false accusations and to slander me. During the investigation i took a hair follicle test as the other party was... Read more »
answered on Feb 19, 2021
You can use the CFI report to support your positions. The critical point which the Court will be seeking to determine is whether the conduct of either party negatively impacts the child(ren) at issue, and if so, how to best deal with such conduct.
Paul M. Gaide, Esquire
Question can I lose my home in divorce since I bought home before we married home is in my name only
answered on Jan 17, 2020
Generally speaking, in a dissolution of marriage case in Colorado, the Court must determine if assets are "property," and if "property," the Court must then determine if the property is "separate" or "marital," before allocating "marital" property... Read more »
On a sworn financial statement, do you need to disclose the credit card being used to pay your attorney fees if requesting the other party repay your fees? And if the others party shows negative income on their sworn financial statement.
And if an activity falls on one parties visitation... Read more »
answered on Jul 25, 2019
All debts must be disclosed.
Whether the other party has "negative income" may or may not be relevant to whether you will be able to obtain an order for attorney fees. The Court will take all factors into consideration, including, without limitation, the division of assets and... Read more »
answered on Jun 18, 2019
It is impossible to answer your question without additional information.
Respectfully, the number of questions which competent counsel should ask of you are not conducive to this forum.
I recommend that you contact counsel of your choosing and discuss the matter.
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