Stay-At-Home Orders Increase Risk for Domestic Violence Survivors

Guest post by Monica Sutherland, Family Tree

For some of us, being outside is the most dangerous place to be; but for thousands of people worldwide, the most dangerous place to be is in their very own home. While governments are managing stay-at-home orders, many people who have been experiencing domestic violence have been unable to leave their abusers. Continue reading “Stay-At-Home Orders Increase Risk for Domestic Violence Survivors”

Colorado Courts Reopen in May 2020

By Beth Andersen

Now that Coloradans have moved from Shelter-at-Home order to Safer-at-Home, Colorado courts are rolling out increased in-person operations, beginning this month. Andersen Law PC is closely following the court’s protocols and updating our own as new government safety guidelines are issued. Our staff is keeping everything sanitary and safe by practicing safe distancing, using masks and gloves, operating the office at half-staff levels at all times, and wiping down and sanitizing all surfaces. Continue reading “Colorado Courts Reopen in May 2020”

Attitude is Everything: How to Stay Positive During COVID-19

Guest post by Brian Buffini, shared by Myra Purkey

Your attitude is your key to success. Maintaining a positive attitude while you and millions of people across the world are in voluntary or enforced isolation is not easy! The potential for stress, loneliness and fear is high while the motivation to challenge those feelings is low.

Since we don’t know what will happen, it’s imperative that we fight to stay present. Instead of zoning out on social media, TV or other vices, let’s tune in and watch our intake, our associations and our affirmations. Continue reading “Attitude is Everything: How to Stay Positive During COVID-19”

Co-Parenting During COVID-19 Quarantine

By Beth Andersen

The COVID-19 pandemic is a global crisis that affects everyone. Courts are addressing urgencies, often from home and with skeleton staff. Absent an actual emergency or endangerment, both parents must co-parent cooperatively without court help, because the court may not be available.

I understand this is not so easy. If you need immediate help or advice on any legal issue related to co-parenting (during COVID-19 quarantine or otherwise), call or text my cell phone at  303-808-4794 and I will call you back as soon as I can for a free consult and get you in the right direction.

Meanwhile, here is guidance for several common issues related to co-parenting during the COVID-19 quarantine.

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