Learn about the divorce process in Thornton, Colorado
If you live in Colorado, there are a number of steps you have to take for your divorce. If you’re not sure what to expect with your divorce, that’s okay. Dawn M. O’Neil, PC
can guide you through it. Here are a few things you should know about the divorce process in Colorado:Colorado is a “no-fault” divorce state.
Any claims of fault are not included in the initial divorce paperwork. You can file jointly or separately.
This depends on if you get along with your spouse or not at the time of the divorce.Colorado uses a petition process.
One spouse sends the initial petition, and the other spouse is required to respond. There is a court-mandated waiting period.
After agreeing on the terms of the divorce, there is a final waiting period.
If you and your partner can agree on the terms of your divorce, the process can go smoothly. If there are disagreements, it can last much longer. Learn more about the traditional court process today – schedule a consultation with Dawn M. O’Neil, PC.