The emotional turmoil that many people feel during a divorce is rather unexpected. If you are the one who filed for the divorce, you might wonder why you are feeling so emotional. Generally, being emotional after the filing is normal since you are making a huge life change.
When you are considering a divorce, you should make sure that you are prepared for the process. This means understanding some very important points about how Colorado laws might affect your divorce. We can help you learn what you need to know about divorce as it affects the specific points of your case.
Oftentimes, we are able to resolve the issues in the divorce by cooperating with your ex. This can help you out greatly because it can reduce the time it takes for the divorce to be completed. It can also mean that you aren't having to spend as much in legal fees as what you would have to spend if you ended up going to trial.
If we are unable to come up with a cooperative agreement, we can move to prepare your case for trial. This can entail some investigative work to ensure that the facts of the case are presented accurately during the trial. If you are seeking spousal support or have issues with child custody, we can determine how to handle those.
As your petition for a divorce moves closer toward the final dissolution of your marriage, we can make sure that you fully understand all the options that you have. You can go through your divorce feeling empowered by the information you can receive.