A no-fault divorce describes any divorce where the parties do not have to prove that one of the spouses did something wrong. All states allow divorces regardless of who is at “fault.” To get a divorce in a “no-fault” state, one party merely has to state a reason recognized by the state. In Colorado, a party has to show that the marriage is “irretrievably broken,” which means that the relationship has broken down to the point that there are irreconcilable differences between the spouses.
Lynn Landis-Brown is a Family Lawyer in Colorado Springs, Colorado, where she founded Lynn Landis-Brown P.C. She listens compassionately and understands your legal, emotional and financial concerns due to her own experiences of divorce from her parents divorcing, her own divorce and now as a step-grandmother. With her background in litigations, she has great experiences with fighting for your rights in the courtroom.
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