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Order Re Parenting Time {JDF 1419}

This is a Colorado form that can be used for Domestic Relations within Statewide.

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District Court Denver Juvenile Court ___________________ County, Colorado Court Address: In re: The Marriage of: The Civil Union of: Parental Responsibilities concerning: ______________________________________________________ Petitioner: and Co-Petitioner/Respondent: COURT USE ONLY Case Number: Division Courtroom ORDER RE: PARENTING TIME This matter came before the Court on the Verified Motion Concerning Parenting Time Disputes Pursuant to §1410-129.5, C.R.S. of the Petitioner Co-Petitioner/Respondent to enforce the parenting time order entered by this Court or a Court of competent jurisdiction in another state. I. The Court following review of the verified motion and response, if applicable, orders the following: The Court finds that inadequate allegations exist and therefore the motion is denied. The Petitioner Co-Petitioner/Respondent shall pay for all reasonable attorney fees, costs and expenses associated with this action. or The Court finds it necessary for both parties to attend mediation and to report the results back to the Court within 63 days of the date of this Order. or A hearing is set on (date) at (time) at the above court address. II. The Court following review of the verified motion and response, if applicable, and a hearing in the matter, finds the following: No violation exists with the parenting time order or schedule as provided to the Court. or Petitioner Respondent has not complied with the parenting time order or schedule, and has violated the Court's Order, and orders the following as set forth in section III below. III. The Court Orders the following in the best interests of the child(ren): The Petitioner Co-Petitioner/Respondent both parties are ordered to attend a parenting class, pursuant to §14-10-123.7, C.R.S. to be paid for by the ______% Petitioner ______% CoPetitioner/Respondent. JDF 1419 Colorado R7/13 ORDER RE: PARENTING TIME © 2013 Colorado Judicial Department for use in the Courts of Page 1 of 2 American LegalNet, Inc. www.FormsWorkFlow.com The Petitioner Co-Petitioner/Respondent both parties are ordered to attend family counseling to be paid for by the _____% Petitioner _____% Co-Petitioner/Respondent. The Petitioner Co-Petitioner/Respondent shall post a bond or security in the amount of $ to ensure compliance with the parenting time order. Makeup time shall be provided for the Petitioner Co-Petitioner/Respondent of the same type and duration as the time that was denied within six months or one year of the noncompliance. The makeup time shall take place at the time and in the manner chosen by the Petitioner Co-Petitioner/Respondent. The Petitioner Co-Petitioner/Respondent is in contempt of court and the following sanctions shall be imposed: A Civil fine shall be imposed in the amount of $ $ . or per incident of non-compliance, totaling A jail sentence shall be imposed as follows: Additional Court Orders in the best interests of the child(ren) are as follows: IV. Additional Court Orders regarding attorney fees and costs as follows: The Petitioner Co-Petitioner/Respondent shall pay for all reasonable attorney fees, costs and expenses associated with this action to ____________________________ (name of party). Date: ________________________________ ______________________________________ Judge Magistrate CERTIFICATE OF SERVICE I certify that on __________ (date), I mailed, faxed, e-filed, or hand-delivered a copy of this Order to the following: Attorney for Petitioner or Petitioner pro se Attorney for Co-Petitioner/Respondent or Co-Petitioner/Respondent pro se Other_______________________________ _____________________________________ Clerk JDF 1419 Colorado R7/13 ORDER RE: PARENTING TIME © 2013 Colorado Judicial Department for use in the Courts of Page 2 of 2 American LegalNet, Inc. www.FormsWorkFlow.com

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