Colorado Divorce & Family Law Guide
Welcome to the Colorado Divorce & Family Law Guide, a comprehensive collection of Colorado divorce law, and other CO family law articles.
A divorce in Colorado is already about the toughest experience a person can endure, and the Colorado divorce and family court system is not easy to navigate unless you know what to expect, or have an experienced Colorado divorce attorney on your side. The Colorado Divorce and Family Law Guide can help by providing an overview of divorce laws in Colorado.
For people with less complicated family law situations, such as Colorado child support modifications or uncontested divorces, the Colorado Divorce & Family Law Guide may educate you sufficiently to do the case yourself, especially when combined with the new D.I.Y. Divorce Guide, a step-by-step guide for handling your own uncontested divorce in Colorado.
If your case involves the military, see the Military Divorce Guide. A divorce in which a spouse is active duty military or a retiree presents unique issues in Colorado family law cases. The Military Divorce Guide can help by explaining the issues unique to a "Colorado military divorce" case, such as how Colorado family law courts divide military retirements, survivor benefit plan (SBP), VA disability payments, garnishing military pay, the Servicemembers Civil Relief Act of 2003, etc.
A negotiated settlement is almost always better than a contest for both parties, and is easier to obtain with a seasoned, no-nonsense veteran lawyer on your side who knows CO divorce and paternity laws.
If you wish to have an experienced Colorado Springs divorce attorney, contact Black & Graham, PC to arrange for a consultation. We handle cases in El Paso, Teller, Douglas, and Pueblo Counties.