Colorado child custody and visitation are frequently complicated and can lead to disputes. Regardless of the relationship between the parents, issues can arise. Resolving these disagreements often hinges on formulating strategies for effective co-parenting.
It's best if you and your spouse can agree on parental responsibilities as you negotiate your divorce, but sometimes that doesn't happen. What happens then?
Divorce can mean clearing one hurdle after another, and the first holiday season after a split can be a major hurdle for separated parents.
You and your spouse tried to make your marriage work. The decision to get a divorce wasn't an easy conclusion to come to. However, you are both in agreement that your futures would be better spent apart. You know that you will have to make many decisions regarding finances, property and your children moving forward.
Utah recently passed a "free-range parenting" law that would eliminate penalties for parents who let kids act independently, provided the child is mature enough to engage in the activity and does not face unreasonable risk.