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Online divorce not for everyone

Colorado couples who are looking to save money or time during their divorce may try to navigate the legal waters themselves. Many jurisdictions have forms that can be downloaded and filed with the court to start the process of divorce. However, using online services for divorce may not be the best option for all spouses.

Lobbyist announces divorce

When going through a divorce, one of the most contentious parts for Colorado spouses is the property division settlement. The divorce process requires spouses to have their assets divided in one of two ways: they can reach a settlement that they both agree on, or they can rely on the court to make a decision based on its own discretion.

Finding hidden assets

It is often said that the person someone marries is not the same person as he or she divorces. During the course of a marriage, Colorado couples may work together as a team by combining their income and assets together. However, during a divorce, individuals may attempt to hide assets so that they can wind up with a greater stake after the marriage has ended.

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