Legal Guidance Through Child Custody And Visitation Matters
The highest priority of every parent going through a divorce is to protect his or her children. The attorneys at Susan Fuller & Associates, P.C., have represented parents involved in child custody disputes for several decades. We understand that child custody issues are often the most emotional aspect of a divorce. We handle these matters with great care and sensitivity to help you meet your highest goal: protecting the best interests of your children.
We’re Here To Help
Every case involving children typically involves one or more of the following situations. Contact us to learn more about your rights and obligations in these matters:
- You have always been the primary caretaker and believe that it is in your child(ren)’s best interest that you remain as such.
- You are worried that your spouse will ask for an unreasonable amount of child support or, conversely, that he or she will manipulate the numbers to minimize child support obligations.
- You need to modify your original custody agreement because of a change such as relocation or disputes over the quality of parenting your child is receiving.
- Your former spouse is not complying with the parenting plan and you need help enforcing it.
- You have children from a nonmarital relationship and want to know about your rights.
- You want to file a paternity action to have a man declared the father of a child for the purpose of establishing parenting rights or child support obligations.
- You want to file a paternity action to be declared the father of your child to establish parenting rights.
- You wonder how your divorce will affect your relationship with your children.
- You want to move out of state with your child or your former spouse wants to move out of state with your child and you want to challenge the move. (This is sometimes referred to as a relocation or a move-away.)
No matter your concerns, we have the experience to provide informed guidance and chart the best possible path forward.
Defending Yourself Against An Order Of Protection
You may have been wrongly served with an order of protection or restraining order by a family or household member. In some cases, a spouse or former spouse will request an order of protection in an attempt to seek leverage in a child custody or divorce proceeding.
When used appropriately, an order of protection provides a measure of legal protection to those who need it. When an order of protection is abused, it can be unjust and destructive. Not only does it infringe upon your rights, but it may also appear on your criminal record if you do not take steps to fight it. We have extensive experience obtaining and defending against civil protection orders.
Call Us When You Need Legal Help
We are based in Parker and serve throughout Colorado. We offer free consultations, enabling us to address your situation and inform you of the possible outcomes before you’re obliged to retain us. To learn more, arrange an appointment by calling 303-800-0474. You can also contact us online. We’re always ready to help.