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Divorce in Colorado

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Colorado is a No-Fault state which means courts won’t consider either spouse’s misconduct or fault (e.g., adultery or drug abuse) in deciding whether to grant the divorce, how to divide property, or whether to award alimony.

The only ground for divorce in Colorado is the “irretrievable breakdown” of the marriage. This just means that the couple can’t get along, and there is no chance for reconciliation. Either spouse must live in Colorado for at least 90 days before filing a petition (legal paperwork) for divorce.

Divorce Timeline in Colorado

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