Providing Solutions For Complex Child Support And Child Custody Issues

While a divorce is difficult for all who are involved, your children may be feeling the most effects. The life they have known since birth is about to change drastically. Child support and child custody are always regarded with the child's best interests.

At The Bruntz Law Firm, LLC, we understand that it is difficult to go from seeing your child every day to having to split time with your former spouse. Additionally, financial needs and decision-making responsibilities will shift, and striking a balance between all of these elements can often be a challenge in an emotionally charged divorce.

Child support is determined based on a set of guidelines set forth by the state. Put simply, information is collected regarding each parent's financial situation and the needs of the child and the amount of child support owed is calculated. There are situations where you can deviate from these guidelines, and our experienced lawyers can help you navigate either situation.

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Child custody is often a confusing area of law. Custody is both physical and legal. Physical custody, also called parenting time, determines where the child spends his or her time. In each case, the parents by agreement or the court will establish a parenting time schedule.

Legal custody, also called decision-making, refers to the decisions that are made regarding where your child goes to school and church, and how and where he or she will receive medical care. Typically, legal custody will be joint, but not always. In some cases, the best interests of the children are served by only one parent making the major decisions.

All decisions regarding child custody and parenting time are made with the child's best interests in mind. There are many factors that are taken into account, such as the location of the parents, the location of the school, the age of the kids, any special needs anyone might have and more.

The detailed and compassionate attorneys at The Bruntz Law Firm, LLC, are dedicated to helping you navigate the family law system and moving through these processes to the best outcome possible for both you and your child.

Contact The Bruntz Law Firm, LLC, For A Free Initial Consultation

To schedule your free initial consultation with our Parker child support attorney, call 720-837-2960 or complete a contact form. We have offices in Parker and Broomfield, Colorado, and we are open weekdays from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. We are closed on all court holidays, but we are available evenings and weekends by appointment.