Colorado is not a community property state; instead, Colorado divorces, dissolution of civil unions and legal separations are governed by equitable principles or principles of fairness. C.R.S. § 14-10-113. Of course, what’s fair depends entirely on the circumstances of a particular divorce or legal separation. Where a “community property” state (for example, Louisiana, Arizona, California, […]
In Colorado, at least one spouse or partner in a civil union must be domiciled in Colorado for a minimum of 91 days prior to filing for a divorce. In addition, the soonest a divorce decree (the actual order of dissolution of marriage) is 91 additional days. The time requirements are often referred to as […]
In our Financial Impacts of Divorce Series, we mentioned in our earlier posting the Financial Impacts of a Divorce. The Client is not always in charge of all the factors impacting the cost of a Divorce or Legal Separation. So, another important question for a client to ask is: How Do I Keep My Costs […]
How Much Does a Divorce or Legal Separation Cost? It’s a perfectly valid question. The client deposits a retainer and will budget payments on the remaining balance as his or her case progresses. However, the true cost of a divorce or legal separation is hard to predict in some cases because the factors contributing to […]
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