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Child Abuse Allegations: Why to Contact Peak Legal Services Immediately

As soon as allegations of child abuse are made against you, it is essential that you contact us immediately, before speaking with the government. Allegations of child abuse lead to the government taking your children, arresting you, and sending you to prison. The prosecution can file criminal charges against you, or file a civil dependency and […]

Todd Narum is Now Certified in Mediation

Todd Narum is pleased to announce that he has added mediation in family law cases to his practice. He is able to take his 18 years of family law experience and apply it as a mediator, to assist parties in amicably working out their disputes in family law cases. He prepared to serve as a mediator […]

Mediating the Relocation Case

While the court still is the ultimate arbitrator of the best interest of the child, coming to court with a plan agreed upon by both parties is the path that gives you the best chance at being able to relocate. Mediating an agreement still requires your attention to the issues raised in planning and litigation, […]

Gun Restriction Laws in Colorado

Red Flag Laws As of January 1, 2020, Colorado’s new “red flag” law has been in place. Family, members of the household, and/or law enforcement may petition the court for an “Extreme Risk Protection Order” (ERPO). If you are named in the petition as someone deemed a danger to yourself or to others, any firearms […]

Putting the Plan Together

In our previous post, we discussed an overview of relocation with children. Now we will discuss what to think about when putting that plan together.  Call us at (720) 445-9779. The pertinent law on what constitutes the best interest of the child should be the starting point of any plans to relocate. While the wishes of the […]

Convicted Sex Offenders and Parental Rights

Colorado statute prohibits contact between a sex offender and their own child. However, in United States v. Burns, a 2014 U.S. District Court case in Colorado, the Court ruled that a parent has a constitutional right to maintain parental association with a child, and that right can only be limited by compelling circumstances. A compelling…

Presenting the Relocation Case at Trial

When your desire to relocate is being contested by the other parent, you will need to litigate your case in court. Fundamentally, litigating a new relocation plan requires providing evidence that the relocation would serve the best interests of the child. In practical terms, this means you will need to bring evidence to back up […]

Sealing Your Criminal Record

Outdated laws used to prevent you from sealing your criminal conviction.  That meant that a conviction – even for something that may have been a minor mistake or lapse of judgment – labeled you as a “criminal” forever.  This hurt your chances at getting a job, supporting yourself and your family, even buying a house […]

Plea Bargaining & Sentencing

When searching for a criminal defense attorney, most people focus on the cost and advertised experience in “handling,” “trying,” and “winning” certain cases – whether the case is a DUI, drug possession, sex assault on a child, internet sex crimes, child abuse, domestic violence, and fraud or theft cases. But what do attorneys mean when they say they have “handled,” […]

DUIs and DWAIs: Our Philosophy

For first time as well as repeat offenders, a DUI or DWAI charge has immense consequences on your personal and professional life.   Impaired driving is a mistake just about anyone could make once or twice.  You shouldn’t have to suffer for it for a lifetime. If you are a repeat offender, there is most […]

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