Procedure for Divorce when the Marriage is not Valid

In order to get a divorce, some basic criteria must be met. One of the most important criteria is that you must be legally married. What happens in those cases however, where you may have reason to believe that your marriage was not valid? There may be several reasons...

Residency Requirements for Divorce in Colorado

Colorado requires that persons filing for divorce meet certain residency requirements before a petition for dissolution of the marriage can be granted. The court must find that the residency requirements have been met, and only then will it issue a decree of...

Common Law Marriages in Colorado

A woman and a man who have been living together in the state of Colorado for a very long period of time could be referred to a common law marriage in certain circumstances. The couple refer to their relationship as being married and all of their friends, family...

Information about Divorce Proceedings in Colorado

Colorado’s no-fault divorce laws allow couples to get a divorce  by simply citing irretrievable breakdown of the marriage. In other words, you do not have to prove fault, and do not have to exhibit evidence of a spouse’s adultery, cruelty or other behavior in...