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January 2013 Archives

Homeschooling mom able to keep her children

Homeschooling has become a major trend during the last few decades. Parents who feel that the schools in their areas are providing inadequate education may opt to teach their children at home. This can have family law implications, however, if the state thinks the parents are not conducting the homeschooling lawfully. Parents in the Denver area may learn from what one homeschooling parent went through.

Jodie Foster's sons won't find out paternity until age 21

Usually, when children are born, their biological mothers and fathers are immediately identified, and the parents' names are placed on a birth certificate. If one or both parents choose the procedure, DNA testing can also reveal a father's identity. However, for some parents, paternity issues are more complex. If gay couples choose to have children, for example, part of the child's genetic makeup has to come from somebody outside the relationship.

Social media is slowly creeping into divorce proceedings

During a divorce, couples usually resolve issues such as property division, child custody, visitation and spousal support. Even minor questions, such as who gets the dog or use of the gym membership, are normally addressed. However, for some couples in Denver going through a divorce, social media may also become a part of the conversation.

Native American child center of Supreme Court custody appeal

Adopting a child can be the happiest time in a couple's life. Sadly, even finalization of the adoption doesn't always end matters. There can be circumstances under which either of the biological child's parents can step in and dispute issues of child custody. Colorado parents who are considering adoption or who are in the process of adopting a child should know what their rights through each step of the process.

Pilar Sanders loses custody, child support payments

Coming to agreement on child custody can be one of the most contentious parts of a divorce. Colorado parents may have differing ideas as to what custody arrangements would serve the best interests of their children. If they cannot come to an agreement through negotiation, it could be up to the judge handling the divorce case to determine child custody arrangements.

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