Free Report from the Colorado Bar Association on Best Interests Of The Child

What Does “Best Interests Of The Child” Standard Mean And How To Uphold It?

At Hinds and Hinds, we put the childs’ interests first.

From the Colorado Bar website, “There is no standard definition for the best interests of the child. Instead, the best interests are determined more on a case-by-case basis, taking into consideration the unique situation of the child. The standard also varies from state to state, but mainly all follow the same overarching themes. They look for timely decisions that avoid removing the child from their home but keep the health, protection, and safety of the child as an utmost priority.”

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