Protecting Your Child Custody Rights | Looking Out For Your Children

As a responsible, loving parent, your children are precious to you. The quality and quantity of time with your children are important parts of any good parent-child relationship. What does this mean in your family law case? What are your goals regarding child custody?

Whether you are getting divorced or in an allocation of parental responsibility matter, there is no substitute for proper guidance regarding the care of your kids. Attorneys with the Law Office of Alexandra White, PC, in Centennial and Denver, Colorado, are highly skilled at advocating for the rights of parents and their children. We can answer questions such as:

  • How is parenting time determined?
  • Who will be responsible for making decisions with respect to our children?
  • How does domestic abuse affect parenting time and decision-making orders?
  • How do mental health issues and substance abuse affect parenting time?
  • How are parenting time orders modified when our circumstances change?
  • How is child support calculated?

Get The Legal Advice You Need. Avoid Custody Battles.

In making decisions about custody, Colorado courts focus on "the best interest" of the child, but a court won't ever really understand you or your child. It is often in your best interest and that of your children to reach an agreement regarding how you will share parenting time and make decisions regarding your children. That's why you need the help of an experienced child custody lawyer if you want to reach the best possible outcome.

Parental responsibility matters are often emotionally loaded and ripe for conflict because of the fear of negatively impacting either parent's relationship with the children. If you are getting divorced, anger and resentment toward your co-parent can help fuel a custody battle, which you should avoid if at all possible.

Contact Us For A Phone Consultation

We know how important parenting time and visitation matters are to you and your family. We can help. Contact us online to arrange a phone consultation regarding your custody arrangements. You can also call us at 303-416-5940. We serve clients throughout the Denver area.