Fort Collins Divorce Lawyers at Cossitt Law FIrm
Divorce can be a difficult to navigate when you don’t have a clear understanding of the law or the processes involved. This process can be exceptionally difficult when children are involved.The Fort Collins divorce lawyers at the Cossitt Law Firm can walk you through the process and give you peace of mind that your case is advanced with your best interest at heart.A few things to keep in mind when divorcing in Colorado;
- Colorado is a “no fault” state, no one party can be blamed as the “cause” of the divorce
- Divorce proceedings can move forward even if only one party wants the divorce
- One of the parties must live in Colorado for at least 90 days before filing for divorce
- Common law marriage is recognized in Colorado
A divorce will address:
- The equitable division of property
- Maintenance, more commonly known as alimony
- Allocation of Parental Responsibilities if you have children which includes parenting time and decision making
Alternatively, if you want to stay married but split custody and assets, you may consider a legal separation.
The filing process for divorce may seem overwhelming but your Fort Collins divorce attorney at the Cossitt Law firm will keep you informed every step of the way. Contact us today to schedule a free consultation with one of our experienced family law attorneys.