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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 order to obtain a divorce. Merely stating that your marriage is irretrievably broken down, and cannot be salvaged, is enough grounds to get a divorce. However, …Read More

Stress of Divorce and Bankruptcy

Divorce and bankruptcy are two of the most stressful times in your life, and unfortunately, you might find yourself in a position where these two events either coincide, or follow each other. Divorce can cause people severe financial stress that ends with them declaring bankruptcy. If you are considering bankruptcy and are also currently in the middle of a divorce, speak to a Colorado divorce lawyer for help. Whether you …Read More

Filing For Bankruptcy When Going Through Divorce in Colorado

There are many things that can complicate divorce proceedings, but one of the most common one is bankruptcy. If it is evident that one of you will be filing for bankruptcy around the time of your divorce, it may be suggested that you file bankruptcy jointly before divorce. Since the divorce process is mostly about dividing and allocating property, assets and debt, the division of debt is a component that …Read More