Divorce isn't easy, but if you're thinking about getting divorced in Colorado (or maybe just a separation), the information below will help you navigate the process. You will be able to look up the current divorce statutes to help you understand your rights and what to expect. You can also calculate the amount of child support which might be awarded in your case by using the tools found below.
If you can't afford a lawyer and want to handle all the paperwork yourself, you can access various services offering divorce forms and online divorce options. If you would rather have someone else handle your case, you can find skilled divorce lawyers and mediators, as well as financial professionals and private investigators to help with your case. There are also resource to help you find divorce support groups, domestic abuse resources, and parenting classes.
CO Mandatory Parenting Education - Parents involved in divorce, custody, or paternity cases are required to take a court-approved parenting seminar. The Judicial Court System has compiled a resource listing locations and contact information for the seminars in your area, at parenting education class providers.
For divorcing parents, it’s important to know that in Colorado, the family court system prefers children to have frequent contact with both parents unless extreme circumstances exist. You have the right to draft your own parenting plan agreement for the court to review, or you can opt to leave it up to the court’s digression.
Parents also need to keep track of the time they each spend with their children for the sake of child support. The standard method on how to apply child support estimates in Colorado is based on how many nights a child spends with each parent. This may not accurately reflect the actual time spent with each parent, so many parents decide to use software to assist with calculating exact numbers.
Need a Divorce Attorney? If you need help with your divorce and want to speak with an attorney, this service can help you can find pre-qualified local attorneys to handle your legal issues and answer your questions. Receive your free divorce case evaluation now!
Elkus & Sisson, P.C.
501 South Cherry Street, Suite 920
Denver, Colorado 80246
Telephone: (303) 567-7981
Elkus & Sisson is a Denver Family law firm specializing in divorce, child support, custody, adoption and division of assets. We are the attorneys that you want on your side.
The Law Offices of Lynn L. Olney, PC
102 E Pikes Peak Ave, 400
Colorado Springs, CO 80903
Telephone: (719) 636-3521
For over 30 years, Lynn Olney has provided compassionate, knowledgeable and effective representation to clients in the Colorado Springs area. You deserve to get the representation you need.
Colorado Center for Divorce Mediation
8704 Yates Dr. #220
Westminster, CO 80031
We provide a comprehensive guide to CO divorce, written by experienced Colorado attorney-mediators. Free divorce forms, tools and latest Colorado divorce law news. Family resources including parenting help, child support and web-exclusive "best of the net" custody & parenting plans.
Denisa Tova Divorce Planning & Mediation Services
501 S. Cherry Street, Suite 1100
Denver, CO 80246
Using a neutral mediator in your divorce can help you negotiate an equitable settlement. Mediation is your best opportunity to CONTROL the COST and the OUTCOME of your divorce. I am also a Certified Divorce Financial Analyst who helps clients minimize the financial pain of divorce by educating them about complex financial and tax issues that often come up in divorce. I can assist you in making informed decisions so you can reach a mutually acceptable agreement that will let you rebuild financially after your divorce.
Prudent Man Investment Management, Inc.
1601 Arapahoe Street
Denver, CO 80202
Serving: All of Colorado
Carol Johnson, CFP®, is a CERTIFIED FINANCIAL PLANNER™. Carol has been an advisor to many women during and after their divorce. The divorce process can often be deceptively complex, Carol will help you navigate the tough financial decisions during this difficult time. Carol is fiduciary and will always act in her clients best interest. As always, please feel free to reach out to her with questions or to see if she can help you.
1881 9th Street, #302
Boulder, CO 80302
Counties: Boulder, Broomfield, Denver, Larimer, Weld
At 3StepDivorce, you can easily complete your uncontested divorce documents online by answering a series of questions to customize your documents to your unique circumstances. This is a comprehensive divorce service which offers a variety of free downloadable divorce books and products to help you with the divorce process and customer support options if you have problems. Start completing your Colorado divorce today.
Advanced Professional Investigations, LLC
P. O. Box 654
Castle Rock, CO 80104
Counties: Jefferson, Arapahoe, Douglas, Denver, Adams, Weld, El Paso, Larimer, Eagle, Pitkin, Summit, Pueblo, Elbert, San Miguel, La Plata, Archuleta, Mesa, Boulder & Broomfield County
Karyn Seitz Divorce Recovery & Healing from Relationship Loss
7535 East Hampden Avenue
Denver, CO 80231
I specialize in working with women who are stuck in unresolved issues from a divorce. I use a revolutionary approach called The Healthy Grieving Process that guides you to step out of your story so that you can reclaim your life. The hardest part about a divorce is that it feels like a part of you has gone missing, leaving you feeling like you don't know who you are. I guide you to figure what part you got lost so that you can become whole, happy and grounded in yourself again. I look forward to helping you let go and move forward!
Divine Purpose Unleashed, LLC
CK Reyes, CICP; ICF ACC
PO Box 38671
Colorado Springs, CO 80937
Divorce Care can help you locate a divorce support group in your area. There are DivorceCare groups in many towns and cities throughout United States.
Shelters and Crisis Numbers - CO Coalition Against Domestic Violence
Partners in Prevention
13918 E. Mississippi Ave
Aurora, CO 80012
Partners in Prevention is a nonprofit group which provides a wealth of information for survivors of domestic abuse through various books and resources, in addition to counseling and consulting. The organization also focuses on the prevention of domestic abuse by helping healthcare workers identify cases of possible abuse and guide the victims to the appropriate services.
Colorado Guide to Divorce provided by Griffiths Law
Online Divorce Laws - CO Revised Statutes - Scroll down to TITLE 14
Relevant statutes to look up:
By WomansDivorce.com | Updated July 30, 2021