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Colorado parent relocation: What you need to know

Life circumstances can change in a heartbeat and sometimes those circumstances require a parent to move or relocate with his or her children. When that parent is a single parent and the other parent has visitation rights -- or if the parent is sharing joint custody with the other parent -- it can make relocation a little more challenging.

Single parents: How to protect your parent-child relationship

When it comes to co-parenting with your soon-to-be ex, it will be a great deal easier on you and your children if you pin down clear guidelines about your roles as parents in your parenting plan. These guidelines will be agreed to by both parents - and they will be legally enforceable should the other parent choose not to comply.

Do you really need to buy a buyer's title policy on your home?

Buying a home is a major expense. Small wonder, then, that so many first-time homeowners do everything in their power to reduce the costs associated with the purchase. While it's always a great idea to carefully go over your settlement statement before the closing, cost shouldn't be your only concern. Just because you can avoid certain fees or costs doesn't mean doing so is in your best interests.

Breastfeeding children and custody

If you're a newly single dad, you will want to spend as much time with your baby as possible. The problem is, if your baby is so young that he or she is breastfeeding, it will limit the length of time you can spend with your child.

Co-parenting often requires evaluating your strategy

Co-parenting isn't something that you can only think about once and then forget about. For the entire time that you and your ex are parenting your child, you will have to work together. In a co-parenting situation, you are working closely and will need to continually put forth an effort if the arrangement is going to work.

Child support: Can you receive it?

There's no doubt about it. Raising kids in the modern era is expensive and without additional financial help, Colorado parents could have trouble making financial ends meet. This is where child support comes into play.

Do your part to stop child abuse

Child abuse can go unreported for a long time because it takes a while before people in the community notice it. Perhaps the abuse doesn't get noticed until a doctor, dentist, teacher, therapist or someone else notices the tell-tale signs of bruises and other unexplainable injuries on the child's body.

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