Child Custody & Support
Child custody in Colorado is often referred to as “parental responsibilities”. Those responsibilities include deciding which parent the child lives with and when, whether one or both parents make major decisions regarding the child, and what, if any, visitation time the non-custodial parent and even grandparents will have.
Child support is the obligation of the parents to financially provide for the basic needs of the child.
Custody battles can often get nasty, but it is important to remember the ultimate focus and goal: the best interest of the child. The court considers many different factors when considering what is in the best interest of the child, so there is no one answer or solution. Every case is different.
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