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Navigating the Denver Stay-at-Home Order

On Tuesday, March 24, 2020, the City and County of Denver issued a Stay-at-Home Order that went into effect at 5:00 p.m. With the only acceptable exceptions being for essential activities, this is a terrifying time, and the health risks involved are serious. Many parents are seeking guidance on how this order affects co-parenting activities.

As you work to determine the proper method to manage your parenting plan and keep your family safe, try to remember, it is a difficult time for everyone. Choose to be reasonable as you navigate parenting ssues.

The family  law firm of Sharon D. Liko, P.C. can help with your concerns.  Call (303) 534-4888 or contact us online to speak with a family law attorney today.

What Is Essential Travel?

 

Following the Stay-at-Home Order can be difficult, as figuring out what consists of “essential travel” can feel subjective. Review the Stay-at-Home Order, which can be found here. Generally, “essential travel” is defined to include “travel to care for elderly, minors, dependents, persons with disabilities, or other vulnerable persons,” as well as “travel required by law enforcement or court order.” Governor Polis has specifically stated that travel  to facilitate parenting time exchanges, including picking up and dropping off, is allowed.

The family  law firm of Sharon D. Liko, P.C. can help with your concerns.  Call (303) 534-4888 or contact us online to speak with a family law attorney  today.