Temporary Guardianship Agreement Colorado

In the early stages of divorce or parental responsibilities, one or both parties may need an intervention court to ensure that there is an adequate distribution of parental leave or decision-making. In some cases, a parent may wish to maintain the status quo in terms of time and commitment to children. In others, physical separation between parents may prevent one parent from having time with the children. If the parents are unable to accept a temporary custody regime, the courts will allow the hearing without difficulty to give orders. While some courts will apply for temporary orders, most will only allow the hearing at the first status conference. If you wish to obtain temporary custody of your child, you should contact an experienced lawyer in Denver, who can help. At Plog and Stein, P.C. we are committed to providing each of our clients with a personalized and detailed representation in these sensitive issues. If you keep our firm, you will receive the trusted legal advice you need every step of the way.

Our lawyers represent people of pride in cities such as Denver, Aurora, Centennial, Highlands Ranch and Castle Rock, as well as in Denver County, Douglas and Arapahoe. To discuss a remand situation, call us at (303) 781-0322 or contact us online. There are many situations in which you may need to appoint a temporary guardian for your minor or adult children with special needs, while you are still alive and only one parent is able to provide care: temporary guardianship comes into effect on the day all the required parties sign the document and automatically expires six months after that date if there is no deadline. If guardianship is still required after six months, the parties may sign another temporary guardianship agreement or apply for permanent guardianship by the court. Some judges will allow individuals to present arguments in favour of the temporary period of education at this first status conference, which will avoid the need for a formal hearing of referees.