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Uncontested divorce in Colorado

When the couples come to the tough decision to end their marriage, they have two options:

  • When there are a lot of issues that spouses cannot solve on their own to be in a full agreement, they can initiate contested divorce. This kind of dissolution presupposes the involvement of a third party such as the judge or attorney to reach a decision concerning divorce-related questions. In this case, the couple must hire a lawyer to present their interests in court. Later, during the trial, they have to present their arguments and evidence for the judge to make a final decision based on all the facts. This type of divorce is extremely tiresome, expensive, and stressful for both spouses and their families.
  • However, if there are no unresolvable disputes, Colorado (as many other states) allows couples to get an uncontested divorce. This type of dissolution is believed to be less time-consuming and emotionally stressful in comparison to a contested one. Colorado uncontested divorce is possible when spouses believe they can agree on such aspects as alimony, child custody and support, and the division of debts/property. Besides, it is possible to get an uncontested divorce in Colorado without a lawyer or any juridical help. Overall, spouses must only pay a filing fee since they do not require lawyers. Uncontested divorce is also considered a relatively quick process because the spouses have no issues that must be resolved with the assistance of a judge and attorneys.

However, even if you and your ex are in a full agreement, you will still have to face some struggles. First of all, you will need to find all the documents required for filling. If you do not want to seek any help and just plan to search for these forms on the Web, you have to be aware of the fact that there is a huge number of outdated documents out there. Besides, without legal knowledge, you may make some mistakes while filling in the forms, which will lead to a court rejection. Therefore, it is best to cooperate with OnlineDivorcer to avoid such problems.

Our company has been on leading positions in the online divorce market for 12 years. Within that time, we have managed to help thousands of clients in Colorado to end their marriage in a fast and efficient way by providing them with a full package of filled out forms for their dissolution case.

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Filing for divorce in Colorado without a lawyer

If you decide to file for divorce without legal help, just follow these steps:

  • Check whether you or your spouse meet residency requirements. In order to file for divorce in Colorado, at least one of the spouses must have been living in the state for a minimum of 90 days prior to starting their divorcing process.
  • Complete all the required paperwork and file it with the court.
  • Serve your spouse. Please note that in CO, you cannot do it yourself; you have to ask a family member (any person who is not involved in the case) over 18 years or a process server to hand the documents to your husband or wife.
  • Get a hearing scheduled, and visit it on the set date.
  • Wait until the judge signs a Decree.

How to complete DIY divorce in Colorado?

If you are planning to get an uncontested dissolution without any help, you have to be aware of all the pitfalls of Colorado do it yourself divorce. So, let’s review the basics of a do it yourself divorce in Colorado:

  • Check whether you qualify for Colorado uncontested divorce and if you meet the residency requirements of both the state and the county where you plan to file.
  • Visit the state website and check all the divorce-related information.
  • Find all the paperwork needed for uncontested divorce in Colorado. If you are not sure if certain forms are suitable for your situation, you need to contact the court clerk or get legal advice to be sure.
  • If you have children, you need to find the state child custody and support guidelines on the state website as well.
  • Find out whether you need to attend parenting classes. Your divorce will not be finalized until you finish such classes along with your ex-partner.
  • Fill in all the necessary forms. Google terms and confusing phrases in order to provide correct and relevant answers.
  • Check everything you filled in the forms. Remember that even the smallest mistake will lead to a rejection by the court.
  • Mind that some fields in the forms have to be blank for a court clerk to fill them in.
  • Find out whether you need to attend some classes to learn how to represent yourself in court without a legal professional by your side.
  • Now you can print, sign, and file the paperwork. Note that some forms can only be signed in front of a notary.

The next steps are the same as in the section above.

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Colorado uncontested divorce forms

There are various documents you may need to file for uncontested divorce. We have decided to present the most frequently required ones for your consideration:

  • Petition for Dissolution of Marriage
  • Summons for Petition for Dissolution of Marriage or Legal Separation
  • Sworn Financial Statement
  • Parenting Plan

Colorado divorce papers online

In order to get your CO divorce forms filled out, you will need to have the following information on your hands:

  • Your and your spouse’s full name and date of birth.
  • Date and location of your marriage.
  • Your and your spouse’s current address, as well as the address of all real property you own.
  • Full names, dates of birth, and current address of your children.
  • Information about your income, debt, insurance, and taxes.
  • Workplace information – both yours and spouse’s.
  • Info about vehicles you both own, such as model, make, year, and VIN.
  • SSN and driver’s license number.
  • Information about any previous court cases involving you or your children.
  • Description of property you and your spouse own.
  • Financial accounts information.

There might be some additional details required depending on your individual case.

Things you need to know


A person initiating a divorce (the one who filled out the documents) must file a Divorce Complaint with the local courthouse in the county of residence. After that, the other spouse has to be served with documents with the help of a process server or adult family member not involved in the case.

Residency Requirements

Either spouse must have lived in the state for at least 91 days prior to filing. If the couple has children, they must have lived in Colorado for at least 182 days prior to filing.

Waiting Period

The mandatory waiting period in Colorado is 91 days and it starts as soon as all the forms are filed with the court.

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Getting a divorce in Colorado with children

Deciding to end their marriage, the couples with children have to take the following into consideration:

  • The state of Colorado does not have joint or sole custody; instead, it has ‘parental responsibility,’ which can be joint or primary.
  • If parents equally share overnight visitation with the child, then it is qualified as joint parental responsibility. If a parent has less than 90 overnight visitations, the other one has primary parental responsibility.
  • Parental responsibility is also divided into residential and decision-making. Sole decision-making responsibility presupposes that only one parent has a right to make all the important decisions concerning the child’s life. Shared decision-making responsibility means that both parents make such decisions.
  • Before the court trial, the spouses need to make a parenting schedule. If they are unable to reach an agreement, the judge will determine the suitable one based on the best interest of a child.


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