There is no one-size-fits-all solution to child custody concerns. Just as each family is different, it is important that every child custody plan is tailored to the unique needs of those particular parents and children. Finding a child custody plan that works for your family is an important decision, and many Colorado families find that they benefit from a co-parenting plan.
When divorcing couples try to divide marital property, the family home is typically a major point of contention. After all, it's most families' biggest financial asset, and many divorcing spouses have a strong emotional attachment to the home. So who gets the home in divorce? And is there ever a situation where it's best to let it go?
Getting a divorce doesn't automatically mean your children will be negatively impacted for life. It does, however, mean that they will go through a big change, which some children may find traumatic, stressful and full of anxiety or depression. It breaks your heart thinking about that possibility. Your children are the light of your life, and you want to do everything you can to make their life easier and make it the best it can be. You want them to feel supported and loved through this big life change.