Adoptions are so important because they allow for children to gain new parents, new siblings, and other new relatives. Adoption is a great way to grow your family and provide children with a loving and caring home.
On our Adoption page we cover the topics
As a Denver family law attorney, I have learned innumerable tricks of the trade through continuous education, daily effort and years of invested time. I know divorce can be overwhelming due to the many pitfalls throughout the process. Many decisions made during a divorce can have lifelong repercussions.
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In Colorado child custody is referred to as Parental Responsibilities and Parenting time. Cory Gallagher understands that the outcome of this legal matter will affect you and your children for the rest of your lives. He has the experience and work ethic to create a satisfactory arrangement regarding both custody and visitation for you and your children.
Parental Responsibilities And Parenting Time Articles And Tips.
A forward thinking family law attorney for your family.
My goal is to give clients a swift yet lasting resolution during some of the most contentious times in their lives. I firmly believe that doing good work means helping people. I will work hard to make sure my clients are given the personal attention they deserve. As a solo attorney, I am my clients' direct contact throughout all proceedings.
At the Gallagher Law Office LLC, I manage a wide range of cases from straightforward to complex. I created this website to empower and educate people who are considering or currently in divorce process, seeking to understand parental responsibilities and parenting time or child support modifications. If you have children consider reading through my "Tips to help children cope with divorce" page.
You should hire a lawyer that you can trust. When you retain my services, you can expect that I will know your name, explain the process and answer your questions.
I'll call you back on your schedule to make sure you can confidently move forward with the best information possible.
Everyone understands that there are costs involved in getting a divorce, few realize what actually makes up these costs.
Whether you have been married for two years or 20 years or longer, your assets are likely co-mingled with your spouse.
- Value All Of Your Belongings.
- Determine What Can Be Liquidated.
- Prepare A Final Spreadsheet For Your Attorney.
Unfortunately not all marriages last, and sometimes children have to suffer through their parents’ divorce.
- Parenting through divorce.
- 10 Strategies for helping your kids cope with a divorce
- 1. Encourage Them To Talk.
- 2. Give Them Someone Other Than You.
- 3. Don't Badmouth The Other Parent.
- 4. Protect their time with the other parent.
- 5. Don't fight in front of them.
- 6. Tell them it's not their fault.
- 7. Don't ask about the other parent.
- 8. Send them off with a smile.
- 9. Be willing to sacrifice.
- 10. Fight for consistency.
This page has multiple parts including a break down explanation of what and how parenting time is decided. The second part includes Parental Responsibilities FAQ's and Tips to winning parenting time with the children.
- What are Parental Responsibilities?
- Allocation Of Parental Responsibility.
- Best Interests Of The Child.
- Parental Responsibilities FAQ's
- Is Colorado a 50/50 child custody state?
- Who is the custodial parent in 50/50 custody?
- Is Colorado a mother state?
- How many overnights is joint custody?
- What age does a child have to be to decide which parent to live with in Colorado?
- How to prove a parent unfit.
- Can a parent refuse visitation time with a child just because child support is not paid?
If you and your spouse are going through divorce proceedings and have children, then one of the most important things to do right now is write a Parenting Plan.
- How To Write A Parenting Plan.
- What To Include In A Parenting Plan.
- Modifying A Parenting Plan.
- Working With Cory Gallagher
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Dealing with divorce is never an easy or painless process, and it can be made especially difficult when a divorcing couple has children.
- 1. Never attempt to sway a judges opinion by speaking a negative opinion about the other parent.
- 2. Know Your Children Well, And Make Sure The Court Knows Your Depth Of Knowledge.
- 3. Unless you have documented proof that the other parent poses a danger to your child(ren) in some way, you should always openly express your desire that your child(ren) have and maintain a close and healthy relationship with the other parent
- 4. If you engage in lifestyle habits that would be viewed negatively by a family court judge, you should stop those habits as soon as possible.
- 5. Always avoid arguing with the other parent in court (and anywhere else, if possible).
- 6. Prepare a parenting plan before appearing In court.
- 7. Do not skip visitation periods because of animosity toward your soon-to-be ex (or for any other reason).
- 8. Always follow the rules, guidelines, and etiquette for court appearances.
- 9. Obtain an attorney who is skilled in handling child custody matters.
- 10. Familiarize yourself with your state's divorce and custody laws in advance.
- 10. Familiarize yourself with your state's divorce and custody laws in advance.
- 11. Examine your true motives before seeking sole legal and physical custody of your children.
- 12. Last but not least, do not involve your children in your divorce or custody case.
"Cory was my attorney for a custody case that took over my world for almost 11 months. When we first met, I was a mom who was overwhelmed, emotional, scared, and clueless as to how things would end up, and I was way out of my league. He took my case pro bono, through a state service, and never once did I feel like I wasn’t a priority, or that because of this fact, did he do less for me than he would a regular client.Leeanna Marsh
He talked me off the proverbial ledge more times than I can count, and he shot me straight when I was being unreasonable. He did this with grace and compassion, and I couldn’t be more grateful. He was seriously my rock for the better part of a year, and I wouldn’t have made it through without him!
He was honest, fair, and realistic, and I still have my baby girl with me, despite being taken to court for unfounded full custody. He made me feel confident, and was far more than I could have ever asked for in a lawyer! I always felt like I had someone in my corner, and not just because he had to be, but because he actually understood and cared. The best interests of my child, as well as myself and her brother, were always put first.
Anyone seeking legal services in the family law department would be lucky to have him as their representation!"
" GREAT – HONEST- ATTORNEY - AND – VERY GOODFred Sanford
Mr. Cory Gallagher has provided legal advice and guidance during my difficult divorce situation. I found him to be experienced, responsive, knowledgeable and honest. While working with Cory, I felt as though my situation was in adept and trustworthy hands, and he did not steer me wrong.
I would highly recommend Cory to anyone seeking legal representation that is fair, honest, affordable and will keep your best interest and unique needs at the forefront. Should the situation arise, I would not hesitate to seek representation from Cory again or recommend a friend to him. Thank You, Cory. Fred Sanford"
"When I first spoke to Mr Gallagher on the phone he made me feel comfortable and listened to my issue. Throughout the process of my case he explained everything and was very easy to work with and answered all the questions I had. I would recommend him to anyone looking for a family attorney."Tawnia Becker
"Cory Gallagher is a great lawyer he always kept us in the loop as to what he was doing with our case which happened to be an adoption by stripping the rights of the biological father. He was reasonably priced. Communication was big for us. Anytime we would call, text, or email he would always get back to us in a reasonable time frame. Most of the time it was within minuets , sometimes hours but always the same day. I highly recommend Cory Gallagher for any family court issues you may have."Bianca from AVVO.com
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