Has Your Child Been Taken By His Or Her Other Parent?
When parents divorce or parents who were not married separate, the determination of child custody is something that can create dramatic conflict. Some parents take drastic action and take their children out of state or out of the country without the other parent’s permission.
A parental kidnapping can be the beginning of a nightmare for the other parent. Securing the child’s return to Colorado is imperative. If too much time elapses, any child custody determination may need to occur in whatever state in which the child is currently residing.
Under the Uniform Child Custody Jurisdiction And Enforcement Act (UCCJEA), the court may determine that your children’s custody situation should be heard in whatever state they are in if they have been there for as little as six months.
We can help you begin taking action right away to enforce your parental rights and to secure the return of your child.
More Than A Century Of Combined Experience
At Cooper, Tanis & Armas, P.C., our lawyers have the extensive family law experience necessary to be able to help you fight for the return of your child. No parent should be allowed to deny the other parent the right to be with his or her child. We are fierce advocates for parents who are in distress. Let us help you bring your child home and pursue a child custody arrangement that serves your best interests and those of your child.
Contact Our Attorneys If Your Child Is The Victim Of Parental Kidnapping
If your child has been taken out of state or out of the country by the other parent without permission, turn to Cooper, Tanis & Armas, P.C., in Broomfield for representation that can truly help you. To schedule a free 20-minute telephone consultation, call (303) 465-4605 or contact us online.