Lawsuit

Civil Lawsuit - Tort Litigation When another person interferes with your natural or court ordered right to parent your child, one of your remedies is to sue them.  The person causing you harm may be the other parent, someone acting on behalf…

Enforcement of Parenting Time

Parenting time or visitation orders entered by the Court can be enforced through proceedings under C.R.S. § 14-10-129.5. The advantages of seeking enforcement through this statutory provision are not only that the person violating the parenting…

Enforcement of Rights

As a parent, you have the basic, natural, common law right to raise and parent your children.  These are the starting point rights of both parents; they are fundamental.  Once you separate from the other parent and request the family court…

Contempt and the Fifth Amendment

Contempt and the Fifth Amendment The Fifth Amendment of the United States Constitution states “no person shall be compelled in any criminal case to be a witness against himself.”  This right is commonly known as the right against self-incrimination…

Contempt of Court

Contempt of Court in Family Law Matters Court Orders can be Enforced by Filing a Motion for Contempt Against the Person who is in Noncompliance or Willfully Violates those Orders Court orders typically enforced through contempt proceedings…