Welcome to the Colorado
Divorce Navigator

We know divorce can be difficult, 
but you’re not alone. We’re here to guide you every step of the way.

Introduction

How it works

The Divorce Navigator will break down your divorce into simple, achievable steps. Think of it as your home base. You’ll return here each time you complete a step. And remember, it’s a process so stay the course! One or both of you can use this to complete your divorce requirements.

What are my tools?

Forms: Click “Start” in each step to follow a secure, online interview (no legalese!) that will autofill your divorce forms. Then return to the Divorce Navigator to check your progress and move on to the next step. Your spouse will also need to complete Step 1 and Step 2. If s/he doesn’t have a paid membership, they can print and fill out blank PDF’s from our site using a free starter membership.

Let’s get started

Read this first. Every divorce begins with a Petition, a legal document filed in court. You need to choose whether you’ll be filing  “single” or  “joint.” “Single” doesn’t mean “contested” – it just means you and your spouse are still working out the terms of your divorce agreement. If you and your spouse already agree on everything and have no kids or significant assets, “joint” is a good option for you since the path is a bit easier. What if my spouse already filed a Petition? You’re ready to file a Response. Click here to get started.

Articles: As you move through the Divorce Navigator you’ll find links to articles and resources that will help you understand each step and the legal issues that may come up for you.

Checklist: Sometimes it’s easier to see all of your divorce requirements in one place. If that’s you, download this checklist to mark your progress as you go. 

Instructions: Each step includes instructions for filing and serving documents. 
If you are a DIY Pro member, you can skip. Just click here once you’ve completed
your forms.

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