Fort Collins Child Support Lawyer
Protecting “The Best Interests of the Child”
Children’s legal issues can be extremely challenging. At Kraemer, Golden and O’Brien we take great care to examine your individual case needs. We will look such factors as age of the child or children, their emotional attachments to each parent, the parents ability to care and look out for the welfare of their children. These and many more factors are weighed in to determine the best possible solution for you and your family members .
Decision Making Responsibilities
People often refer to “custody” of children In Colorado, we do not use the term “custody” but “decision making responsibility”. This means the court is required to allocate responsibility fro major decisions in the children’s lives to one parent or both parents. The decision as how to allocate decision making responsibility is determined by the parties’ ability to communicate, the age of the children and other factors.
As your family law attorney, our desire is to achieve allocation of decision making responsibility in the best interest of your children, whether by litigation in court or a negotiated settlement.
Parenting time can also be referred to as “visitation” is part of a court order that outlines the conditions of the non-custodial parents rights to see and visit his or her child. When legal custody is given to one parent, then the other parent must follow the visitation order as set forth by the court. If you are experiencing visitation issues, it is in your best interest to seek the support and guidance our experienced family law attorneys.
Child Support in Fort Collins
In any case, the best interests of the children should be preeminent. At the Fort Collins Law Offices of Kraemer, Golden & O’Brien we take pride in our thorough understanding of Colorado family law and our dedication to providing creative solutions to complex child support legal issues. If you would like to speak with one of our attorneys regarding child support call our legal offices today.
Our Fort Collins attorneys represent parents in relocation cases. A separated or divorced mother or father with children may believe it is necessary to take the child out of state. In such circumstances, the non-custodial parent is likely to object. Our lawyers represent parents on either side: parents who believe they need to move, and non-custodial parents who seek to halt relocation of the child or children.