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September 2015 Archives

More grandparents stepping into parent role

The number of children under the age of 18 being raised in households headed by a grandparent rose from 4.5 to 4.9 million between 2001 and 2011, according to the Department of Human Services & Family Health at the University of Colorado. For approximately 20 percent of these children, there is no parent living in the home. One or more grandparents in these situations are shouldering the responsibility for caring for grandchildren on their own.

Parent relocation involves reconstructing your parenting plan

In North America, according to Psychology Today, 16 percent of Americans move within a given 12-month period, with 43 percent of them relocating to another city. The statistics include a significant number of divorced parents with children. Our staff at Frost & Beck PC knows that if you are a divorced parent in Colorado, a relocation will require adjustments to the parenting plan you created with your former partner.

What could happen if you don’t have a prenup?

Divorce is never an easy thing to go through, even for Denver couples going through an uncontested split. If you don’t have a prenuptial agreement, things might get even messier. What happens to all your stuff during the divorce proceedings if you and your spouse never had a prenuptial agreement drawn up?

Should you change your parenting plan as your children get older?

Like many families in Denver, your life is bound to be busy and hectic, especially as your children grow older and become more involved in extracurricular and social activities. These changes may present challenges to your current parenting plan. It may come as a relief to know that your joint custody arrangements aren’t necessarily set in stone. When should you consider changing your parenting plan to suit the best interests of the child?

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