Modification of Parenting Time
Filing a Motion
A party in a domestic relations case may file a motion for modification of parenting time. The court may modify the parenting time if the court determines it is in the best interests of the minor child. However, the court will take into account all relevant facts and law to determine what is in the best interests of the child.
Under Colorado law, a motion to restrict parenting time should only be filed if the current parenting time endangers the minor child's physical health or significantly impair the child's emotional development.
In some cases, a Child and Family Investigator ("CFI") or Parental Responsibility Evaluator ("PRE") may be appointed to make objective recommendations in the best interests of the minor child.
Leta Brandes Law, LLC offers quality legal representation for modification of parenting time.