If you are going through a divorce or separation, your mind may be pulled in a million directions. Just as it may be a struggle for you to rebuild your life as a party of one and perhaps find a new place to live, among other major transitions, it may also be a struggle for your children.
With the Internet, a wealth of information is available at the push of a button. This includes information about people via their social media pages. When it comes to divorce, separating couples should be very wary of social media. It can be used as evidence in court, potentially having a large impact on a divorce case.
You've gotten through a divorce, and you and the children still live in Colorado. Your former spouse, however, got a new job in another state. You worry your ex-spouse will try to go to court in another state to modify the custody arrangements, or as Colorado courts call it, parental responsibility, and move your children out of state. Can they do this?
It's hard to believe that it's already August and, in just a couple of short weeks, schools throughout the area will be back in session. As kids and parents enjoy these fleeting last days of summer, some are likely feeling anxious about returning to school. This is probably especially true for those who recently went through a divorce.
If you're a parent who is contemplating or going through a divorce, you likely want to do everything possible to provide for your child's safety and wellbeing. You also probably have many questions about how child custody and visitation decisions are made. It's important, therefore, to ensure that you understand what issues can impact the outcome of a custody case.