The video above is overview of some initial legal steps and considerations for filing for divorce in Colorado. The State of Colorado refers to divorce as a “dissolution of marriage”, and is a purely no-fault divorce state, meaning the court will not assign fault to either party for the divorce. Colorado is only concerned with whether the marriage is “irretrievably broken” (the two parties no longer get along). If you have specific questions about your Colorado family law case, we encourage you to contact us at 970-419-8223.
*This video is not intended to convey legal advice, but rather legal information only.
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