Koltay v. Koltay

In Koltay v. Koltay, 667 P.2d 1374, 1377 (Colo. 1983), the Colorado Supreme Court found that when the General Assembly of Colorado enacted the Uniform Dissolution of Marriage Act it expressly amended the Act by deleting the restriction of "minor" children and simply used children. The Court noted that the Act expressly provided for the appointment of an attorney to represent the interest of a "minor or dependent child" with respect to custody, support, and visitation. The Court found, that in cases of unemancipated children, the dissolution court has continuing jurisdiction.