Dudelczyk Family Law is cognizant of the health concerns related to the COVID-19 pandemic. In the best interests of our clients’ health and safety, consultations and meetings can be held either remotely or in-person at the discretion of both the individual and Ms. Dudelczyk.

Allocation of Parental Responsibilities and Decision-Making

The allocation of parental responsibilities (APR) arises either as a facet of a divorce proceeding or between two unmarried people, or when it is necessary to modify an existing APR order. Under Colorado law, parenting time and decision-making is based solely on the child or children’s best interests; presumptions do not exist with regard to equal time or equal decision-making.

Dudelczyk Family Law is acutely aware of the issues and concerns associated APR matters and is prepared to handle the most complex of situations, including interstate, military, and relocation matters. Additionally, Dudelczyk Family Law promotes and encourages effective co-parenting, practical parenting plans, and thorough agreements that hold the child or children’s best interests above all else. However, Dudelczyk Family Law is prepared for and experienced with litigated APR proceedings.