Divorce and Finances
Divorce in Colorado is all about finances.
Unlike some other states, Colorado is a "no fault" state, which means marital misconduct is not the focus of your divorce. Instead the court will look at your property and debts obtained during the marriage, and divide them fairly ("equitably") between the parties. You will have to track down and share a lot of paperwork to address your finances in your divorce. You will also have to complete a Sworn Financial Statement that details all your income, assets, debts, and expenses. This process can be overwhelming to a lot of people. Other financial issues include child support or "spousal maintenance" (a.k.a. alimony).
Addressing finances in your divorce can be difficult. Contact us today to learn how we can help.