How Long Does it Take to Get a Divorce in Colorado?

Uncontested Divorce Mediation

VIDEO TRANSCRIPT: As an attorney-mediator at Split Simple, one of the questions people most often ask is how long it takes to get a divorce in Colorado.

There really are two timelines to consider.

First, a minimum of 91 days have to elapse from the time that you file your petition until the divorce can be finalized.

However, anytime during that 91 day period, once you and your spouse reach an agreement, sign a legally binding format of that agreement, neither one of you can arbitrarily back out of what you agreed to do. That allows you to get out of the state of ambiguity of not knowing what your outcome will be. And at Split Simple, we’re going to work with both of you to arrive at that agreement in an efficient, time effective manner, so that you can both begin to move forward with your lives, even prior to that 91 day period.

If you have any questions about divorce or the mediation process at Split Simple, don’t hesitate to give us a call for Chicago divorce mediation and uncontested divorce services in Denver. And remember, we have a free initial consultation.