Parents United For Change
Title: Parents United For Change
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Parents United For Change Home Top 10 Things to Know Knowledge is Power Professionals Contact Us Parents United for Change Empowering parents to help their children achieve the best outcome in family court. Your Subtitle text Home Page Judy Shure, Senator Newell, Karin Nielsen, and Janice Whitaker at the 2013 Opening Gavel. Annette Story, Senator Morgan Carroll, Shellie Clark, Judy Schure, Amy Miller at the Governor's Mansion in Denver for the Lawmaker's Award ceremony. Our Story PUC was started by four Denver area women who were advocating for better treatment of their children in the Colorado family court system. They decided to do something about it and began the grass roots organization which became known as "Parents United For Change" (PUC). They began educating the legislature and state agencies on the need for fairer justice for children of divorce in Colorado. PUC has since grown statewide to help many parents remain connected with their children. Family Court Reform Accomplishments 2013 Parents United for Change joined Governor Hickenlooper and our Sponsors, Senator Newell and Representative McCann, on May 14, 2013 as he signed HB13-1259 into law finalizing 3+ years of work with various taskforces, committees, legal, domestic violence, and mental health professionals across the state. HB13-1259 SUMMARY Focusing on the safety of the Child as first and foremost factor to consider Having the Court make specific findings on domestic violence, child abuse or neglect allegations before making further parenting time or decision making determinations Clarifying the level of evidence required for claims of child abuse to be consistent with domestic violence equal - "preponderance of evidence" Recognizing parents who are acting in good faith to protect their children Reducing consideration of retaliatory parental alienation claims since it has been discredited by the scientific and legal community, improving consistency with the state's evidentiary Daubert standard. Safely protecting children and parents with appropriate Parenting Plans and Decision Making responsibilities Recognizing the rights of children in custody disputes Giving the Court discretion to order an additional Parental Responsibility Evaluation Having the Court make specific findings on the record about all relevant factors Allowing the Court to consider past or present domestic violence for relocation requests Reducing emotional, psychological, and financial harm, legal abuse, and/or domestic violence by proxy in Family Court The Bill applies to all Motions or Petitions filed on or after July 1, 2013 for these statutes: 14-10-123.4 Rights of Children in matters relating to Parental Responsibilities 14-10-124 Best Interest of the Child factors the Court considers in making Parenting Time and Decision Making Orders ***big changes*** 14-10-127 Parental Responsibility Evaluator Reports 14-10-129 Modification of Parenting Time, including Restricting Parenting Time ***big changes*** The Bill applies to Civil Protection Orders entered on or after July 1, 2013 for these statutes: 13-14-100.2 Legislative Declaration 13-14-101 Definitions 13-14-102 Repealed 13-14-103 Emergency Protection Orders 13-14-104 Repealed 13-14-104.5 Procedure for Temporary Protection Orders 13-14-105 Provisions relating to Civil Protection Orders 13-14-106 Procedure for Permanent Protection Orders 13-14-107 Enforcement of Protection Order - Peace Officer 13-14-108 Modification and Termination of Civil Protection Orders 13-14-109 Fees and Costs 13-14-110 Foreign Protection Orders 14-10-108 Temporary Orders in a Dissolution Case 14-11-101 Foreign Decrees, how handled 18-6-803.5 Crime of violation of a protection order - penalty - peace officers' duties 18-6-803.5 Central registry of protection orders - creation 19-5-102.5 Relinquishment hearings - court docket priority 19-5-202.5 Adoption hearings - termination appeals - court docket priority exceptions 2012 - Provided impetus for mandatory disclosure of Conflicts of Interest within 7 days among attorneys, court-appointed professionals, judicial officers, and/or any party in a family court case effective July 1, 2012 with Senate Bill 12-056. 2011 - Testified in support of Senate Bill 11-187 eliminating immunity for DORA licensed court appointed professionals effective July 1, 2011. 2011 - Supported fee cap of $2,000 for Child Family Investigators (CFI) effective April 2011, per Chief Justice Directive 04-08 governing CFIs. 2011 - Submitted complaints to State Court Administrator's Office to highlight need for complaint process and ensure jurisdiction with accountability effective November 2011, per Chief Justice Directive 04-08 governing CFIs. 2010 - Provided information to the State Court Administrator's Office for the Supreme Court Family Issues Committee. Final report issued November 2010 with 5 recommendations for family court improvement. 2009 - Brought forth the need for family court reform with testimony opposing Senate Bill 09-59 granting further immunity to Parenting Coordinators. 2002 Final Report of the Commission on Families in the Colorado Courts. Recommendations 69 B - E have been partially implemented as of August 2013. B. Implement system for removal of incompetent individuals C. Have Court Facilitator recommend type of expert to be court-appointed per relevant case issues D. Pursue amendment to statute for Special Advocate (now Child Family Investigator) for compliance to Regulatory Boards. E. Assure that the statutory provisions place accountability for complying with standards of practice with their regulatory board or agency. WE NEED YOUR HELP Your donation makes it possible for to empower and support parents with the tools and knowledge they need to keep going so children have access to both fit, deserving parents. Please help us continue providing free resources based on our experiences, hard work and research. No donation is too small. PUC thanks you in advance to keep our site alive. PLEASE send any donation to: Annette Story/PUC PO Box 1093 Englewood, CO 80150 We regret we are not able to accept credit cards. Checks, or money orders only. Please be sure the check or money order is written to : Annette Story/PUC. Thank you! OUR MISSION STATEMENT At PUC our mission is to educate, and offer resources, so you can benefit from the tragedies our children and families have experienced. We do not want what happened to us to happen to your children and family. Content copyright . PARENTSUNITEDFORCHANGE.COM. All rights reserved. DISCLAIMER: is in no way affiliated with:,, We also have no affiliation with CARL ROBERTS, or any organization Carl Roberts claims to be a party to. Carl Roberts was not in the grass roots creation of this original organization/website, and has falsely represented himself as our affiliate. Please understand that we do not offer legal advice, but give you tools to empower yourself about the family court system. Whois

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