The grounds for obtaining a divorce or legal separation is that the “marriage is irretrievably broken.” Only one party needs to testify that the marriage is irretrievably broken and that counseling or therapy would not lead to reconciliation.
Colorado is a no-fault divorce state. Essentially, this means that neither party needs to assert wrongdoing to file or obtain a Divorce or Legal Separation.
However, no-fault does not mean that the circumstances surrounding the breakup of a marriage or relationship are irrelevant or that they won’t come up in court.
We understand that marriages and relationships break down and that a marriage or civil union can become irretrievably broken regardless of the intent or efforts on the part of the couple. Many clients approach us after extensive marital and relationship counseling. Some clients have retained us and we have encouraged them to suspend or stop the proceedings until they were confident the marriage or relationship was really over.
The Drexler Law Group takes pride in our ability to work with clients who are going through one of the most traumatic and emotional life-changing events. We are here for the long haul, and you can count on us to be on your side. Our aggressive advocacy is matched only by our compassion for our clients who are confronted with challenging times.
We appreciate that you are looking for dedicated and zealous representation and someone to fight for your rights. When you call The Drexler Law Group, that's exactly what you'll get. The attorneys and staff at The Drexler Law Group are friendly, experienced and professional. We are client-centered, results-focused and loyal advocates for our clients.
Don't hesitate to contact us immediately to schedule a consultation. You can call us at (719) 471-8000, or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.