How are assets divided in a divorce in Colorado?

How are assets divided in a divorce in Colorado?

Colorado is an \u201cequitable division\u201d state. Some states follow community property laws instead. In Colorado, there is no assumption that property is divided equally. The result is that Colorado divides marital assets and debts in a way that is fair but not necessarily equal.

Can a marriage be saved after divorce?

While some divorces are necessary, many marriages can be repaired. It may be difficult to face the issues that you and your spouse are struggling with, but research suggests that couples who can manage to stay together usually end up happier down the road than couples who divorce.

How do you know when to end your marriage?

When people harbor deep, abiding anger, and when, despite therapy, that anger cannot be resolved, it could be time to let go. Even in the absence of anger, one or both partners might start to lose respect for the relationship and a spouse. That might signal the end, as well.