When I worked for the courts, I saw so many people download forms and file motions that referred to statutes. They sometimes showed no hint that they had ever read the law that would determine the outcome of their motions. I began thinking that it should be easier to see what a State of Colorado statute actually says. Fortunately, both parents in the case I mediated this week each had a skilled attorney to help them with the law.
For everyone who does not have an attorney, I have made a very brief video that will help you find a specific State of Colorado statute, such as Section 14-10-129 C.R.S.
I'd like people know as much as possible about the mediation and arbitration services that I offer. I include references to some of the Colorado statutes about arbitration and mediation in the pages of this website. My purpose in posting this video is to help my non-lawyer visitors find these statutes. I don't put the actual words of the statutes here, just in case they change and become out of date. By making a fresh search for the law each time you want to see it, you have a better chance of being up to date on your understanding of the law.