Colorado marriages are likely no different than others -- one out of every two end in divorce. In some cases, the situation is simple and requires little to no court intervention. For others, especially those where couples have had children together, child custody issues and matters regarding the future of the family can necessitate a need for legal assistance.
The state of Colorado encourages both parents to raise their children whenever possible and so long as the situation deems it appropriate. Studies show that children typically thrive when they have full interaction with both parents on a regular basis. Jolein A. Harro, P.C. represents clients who desire to keep the best interests of their children at heart during the divorce process.
For more than 25 years, Attorney Harro has been helping families resolve legal issues surrounding child custody, visitation and other parental matters. With a vast understanding of state law and comprehensive knowledge related to the 24 factors normally considered when determining custody issues, our legal team is prepared to assist you in assessing your own situation. You should then be able to make educated decisions about how best to proceed in court.
Although changes in family life are sometimes complicated and stressful, when a divorce occurs, change is imminent. It is, therefore, advisable to act under the guidance of an experienced legal professional when attempting to resolve child custody issues in an amicable manner that protects your parental rights and is agreeable to all those involved. You are entitled to exercise your rights in determining what is best for your children with regard to decisions about education, health, religion and other important matters. When you contact Jolein A. Harro, P.C., you can rest assured that we will make your family law issues our legal priority in order to obtain an outcome that suits your needs and is in your children's best interests.