VIDEO: How Long does it Take to Finalize a Divorce in Colorado?
Uncontested Divorce Mediation
Posted August 9, 2016
At Split Simple, one of the most common questions we receive during an initial consultation is, “How long will it take to finalize my divorce?” While there is a mandatory 91 day period of time between when you file your petition and when the court will finalize your divorce, it is possible to reach a legally binding agreement in a much shorter time period.
In the following video, Split Simple attorney-mediator Chris Griffith explains how you can actually agree to a legally binding settlement and start moving on with your life as soon as possible.
The goal of divorce mediation is to help you and your spouse work together amicably to resolve all of the issues associated with your divorce. Our attorney-mediators serve as a neutral third party who guides you through this process in a manner that fosters collaboration, reduces acrimony, and ultimately helps you settle your divorce in the shortest time period possible.
Please contact Split Simple using the form on this page or call (855) 665-9920 today to schedule your free divorce mediation consultation. We serve clients in Aurora, Denver, Boulder and throughout the Front Range of Colorado.
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