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Colorado Divorce FAQs

Colorado Divorce Frequently Asked Questions

When you’re ready to file for divorce in Colorado, you may have a lot of questions about what to expect going forward. How do I get a case started? Will I get or lose the house? Who gets the kids?

Although some questions won’t have immediate answers, especially if the court needs to step in to clarify the issue, you can start to get some answers through the Colorado divorce FAQs below. This information can give you some insight as to what the Denver divorce process involves, what your rights are, and much more as you go forward.

If or when you’re ready for answers from a trusted Denver divorce lawyer, just contact McCoy Family Law, LLC for a no-obligation consultation.

Call 720-741-7442 or contact us online for a confidential consultation and important answers about your options in Denver divorce.

What Are the Grounds for Divorce in Colorado?

There is only one ground for divorcing in Colorado because it’s a no-fault divorce state. That ground is that a marriage has irretrievably broken down. Essentially, that means there’s no hope of reconciling. It also means that adultery or any other misconduct in the marriage is irrelevant for the purposes of stating the grounds for initiating a divorce case in Colorado.

How Long Does It Take to Get Divorced in Colorado?

This answer is case-specific. In general, however, divorce cases in Colorado tend to take longer to resolve when they involve:

  • Allegations of criminal wrongdoing: This could include anything from fraud or to child abuse or domestic violence.
  • High-net-worth couples: Couples who share extensive marital assets may need far more time to inventory, appraise, and work out the division of those assets, especially if there is no prenup.
  • Multiple disputes: If exes are fighting about every issue in their case and compromise is not possible outside of a courtroom, a family judge will need to get involved to rule on each issue. This can mean multiple hearings sardined into the court’s already overloaded schedule, likely extending a divorce case.

How Much Does Divorce in Denver Cost?

This is another case-specific answer. The cost of divorce varies according to how long it takes, what disputes are involved, what’s at stake, and several other factors. It’s best to talk to a lawyer to get a clear answer about divorce costs and what you can do to keep them manageable.

Talk to a Denver Divorce Lawyer at McCoy Family Law, LLC

When your relationships demand legal solutions, you can turn to a Denver family lawyer at McCoy Family Law, LLC. From the settlement table to court, our team provides aggressive advocacy, effective representation, and personalized service in the pursuit of the best possible outcomes. Whether you are planning or in the middle of a divorce or you need help with a custody or support payment case, we are ready to help you protect your rights and interests.
When prenups, divorce, or other family law matters arise, you can rely on a Denver family lawyer at McCoy Family Law, LLC. From mediation and the settlement table to hearings and trial, our team provides fierce advocacy, effective representation, and client-focused service in the pursuit of the best possible outcomes. We’re ready to tell you more about how we can help you protect your rights and interests.
Call 720-741-7442 or contact us online for a confidential consultation and important answers about prenups and/or other family law matters. At McCoy Family Law, LLC, we are proud to be a full-service family and divorce law firm in Denver that is known for first-rate, flexible service, tailored to each client’s unique needs and budget. That means we offer limited legal services, as well as comprehensive counsel in divorce. It also means that you can count on us for superior representation as we do everything we can to help you achieve your goals.

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