Town & Town LLC, The Attorneys of Highlands Ranch is based in the beautiful community of Highlands Ranch, Colorado. It is centrally located between the courts in Arapahoe, Douglas, Jefferson and Denver counties. Highlands Ranch is an unincorporated district of Douglas County, Colorado, and contains close to 100,000 residents. If it were to be incorporated as a municipality, it would come close to ranking as one of the top ten largest cities in Colorado.
Jeff and Heidi Town have lived in Highlands Ranch as attorneys since 2007. Town and Town LLC is ready to assist you in your family law, divorce, child custody, or criminal defense case. For more information, contact us today.
Jeff and Heidi Town have years of combined experience representing clients in:
Property Division and Spousal Support Modifications
Town and Town LLC, the Attorneys of Highlands Ranch offers
• Free Phone Consultations
• Evening and Weekend Hours, in addition to regular hours during the week
Please call us today at 720-344-5168.
Jeff and Heidi Town handle all types of criminal cases
• DUI and DWAI
• Domestic Violence
• Juvenile Offenses
• Drug Offenses
• Assaults Continue reading “Adult and Juvenile Criminal Defense”
Jeff Town has been a licensed attorney since 2003, and he joins Heidi Town, who has been an attorney since 2006, as Town & Town LLC. The attorneys have years of experience helping individuals and families facing divorce, entering child custody matters, and deal with the defense of criminal charges. Jeff Town and Heidi Town practice both family law and criminal defense in Highlands Ranch, Colorado.
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When a family law, child custody, or divorce case involving children in Colorado is resolved, there will be a court-ordered parenting plan that gets entered, which sets forth the decision-making allocation as well as the parenting time schedule (which is also called, in many states, the “custody” order). The order can either be decided by the parties themselves, if they settle the case, or, if parties can’t reach an agreement on the issue, the court would make the decisions and enter its own order.
After a case is closed, either party can request that the case be reopened by requesting a modification of the parenting plan. The statute in Colorado puts some limitations on what requests can be made, and when, but barring those circumstances, any party can request to modify parenting orders in a case if the child or children are still minors.
Before one decides whether to reopen their case to request a modification of the parenting plan, careful consideration needs to be made of the potential drawbacks in doing so. If you have questions about whether to make such a request in your case, please feel free to contact us right away.