The blogosphere, and emails as well as the NY Times best selling book list are saturated with the parenting model of the Tiger-Mother – no sleep overs; no play dates; no grades lower than an A on a report card; no choosing your own extracurricular activities; and, no ranking in any endeavor lower . . . → Read More: The Roar of the Tiger Mother and The Best Interest of the Child Standard (C.R.S. 14-10-124)
When House Bill 05-1171 (codified as C.R.S.§14-10-128.1 – 128.3 and 128.5) became effective on June 2, 2005, a new day of private adjudication dawned to meet the challenges of crowded dockets, endless continuances, and the escalating lawyer and expert fees which were commonplace.
As with most change, some good and some bad resulted from . . . → Read More: Domestic Relations Decisionmakers (DRDM) Sheriffs or Judges?