Everything you need to know about divorce in Colorado

What's the divorce process in Colorado? How do you get started? Should you file a joint Petition or a single Petition? We can answer all these questions and more.

Fast Facts About Divorce in Colorado

  • There is a 91-day waiting period for divorce in Colorado
  • You have the option to file a Joint Petition ("Co Petition") to avoid having to serve the Petition to your spouse
  • If there is a full agreement and no minor children the parties can file an Affidavit requesting their Decree without a court appearance
  • Financial disclosures are required for both parties – no exceptions
  • You have to have lived in Colorado for 91 days in order to file for divorce in the state

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