Eagle County Child Custody Attorney
In Colorado, the word “custody” is no longer used in the state’s child custody laws. In 1999, Colorado legislators replaced the word “custody” with the phrase “parental responsibility.” That action was a response to the reality that in most cases and after most divorces in Colorado, both parents continue to have a relationship with their children, and share joint parental responsibility for making decisions for their children. Obviously, every child custody issue has its own facts and circumstances. Experienced Eagle County child custody attorney Lindsey Parlin represents parents facing a variety of custody issues including domestic violence, crimes, drug and alcohol problems, and mental health concerns. Attorney Lindsey Parlin can also act to help you protect your child from danger and ensure that visitation orders are adhered to and enforced after your marriage is over. If you are a parent fighting for parental rights and for custody of your child or children in or near Eagle County, get the help you need and contact child custody lawyer Lindsey Parlin as quickly as possible.
NOTHING IS MORE IMPORTANT
During the divorce process, nothing is more important than your child or children. Experienced Eagle County child custody attorney Lindsey Parlin will use every available legal resource to pursue the best possible result for you and your child in a custody dispute. Ms. Parlin handles every aspect of child custody law including visitation privileges, decision-making rights, emergency issues, modification of custody orders, and enforcement of custody orders. With her help, divorcing couples may be able to agree on a parenting plan and avoid a contested courtroom trial. If a court hearing is required, committed attorney Lindsey Parlin can advocate aggressively for you and your children and for justice on your behalf.
FOR YOU AND YOUR CHILD
Eagle County family law attorney Lindsey Parlin represents clients in Eagle, Lake, and Chaffee County areas and adjacent Colorado communities. Ms. Parlin is one of the most respected attorneys in the state, and has been named a “Favorite Local Attorney” for three consecutive years by the Leadville Herald Democrat. If you need legal advice regarding a child custody matter, if you are involved in a child custody dispute, or if you expect that you will be in time – obtain the legal counsel and representation you need from an experienced Eagle County family lawyer. Our law office assists people with family law matters including child custody, child support, and maintenance issues. Please complete the information form on this website’s contact page or call the law offices of Lindsey Parlin today at 719-310-3703. For driving directions to our Lake County, Eagle County, and Chaffee County law firm, please see the map located on this site. The first consultation is free.