Is a Judge’s Approval For Our Settlement Automatic?

Uncontested Divorce Mediation

Posted January 19, 2016

Under Colorado's divorce mediation laws, any settlement you and your spouse reach must be approved by a judge before it's finalized. How difficult is earning a judge's approval? Well, it depends.

If you choose Split Simple for your divorce mediation needs, the judge's approval is almost a lock. We have a long track record of crafting legally sound divorce agreements that meet all of the state's requirements. As such, judges look kindly on our agreements and tend to approve them without changes.

We also offer you a guarantee that, in the unlikely event a judge denies the agreement we've crafted and demands changes, we will make those changes without any additional charge to you.

Judges don't react like this
to our settlements

Now, earning a judge's approval is decidedly more difficult if you go the do-it-yourself route. Many judges are reluctant to approve such settlements. And even if the judge is not so inclined, the fact remains that divorce laws are complicated. There's a reasonable chance that something might have been overlooked during the process of crafting your do-it-yourself agreement.

Don't take the risk. Don't waste your time. Choose Split Simple and know your agreement is in good hands.

If you need an attorney-mediator whose agreements can be counted on to meet all legal requirements, please call Split Simple today at 855-665-9920 for a free consultation.