If you have children with a former spouse or partner, you have likely heard the term "best interests of the child.*" The criteria set forth under this statute gives the Court guidelines for creating the most stable, safe and positive atmosphere for any given child to thrive.
We frequently get questions and comments from parents with special needs children, such as:
How can mediation help?
Where do we start?
It is critical that parents understand that any parenting plan approved by the Court can and should be amended when the child or parent's circumstances change, or as the child grows out of the plan in place.
At South Denver Conflict Solutions, we love supporting families and children through the changes of life, and we can mediate during nights or weekends so you don't have to miss work or other obligations. Call us to set up a complimentary telephone consultation.
*Best Interests of the Child, C.R.S. 14-10-123.4
Gabriela Stear, Esq.
7350 E. Progress Pl, Ste 100
Greenwood Village, CO 80111
DTC near bellview and quebec
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