Divorce Process in Colorado
The divorce process in Colorado follows a fairly straightforward path from filing for divorce to the degree of Dissolution of Marriage. However, there are a few variables depending on whether the divorce is contested or uncontested or if the couple has children of their marriage or not. Note: The steps for Legal Separation are the same as for getting a divorce in Colorado. For additional information follow the applicable links below or view additional resources towards the bottom of this page.
Overview of the Divorce Process
Planning Your Divorce
Filing for Divorce
Completing Additional Documents
Parenting After Divorce Class
Initial Status Conference
Temporary Orders Hearing
Permanent Orders Hearing
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