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What Forms Do I Need to Fill Out for a Colorado Springs Divorce?

Friday, 19 November 2010

blog-logoOne of the most common complaints I hear as a Colorado Springs divorce lawyer is “what am I supposed to do with all this paperwork?”  If you’ve never been through a divorce, then you may have no idea what I’m talking about, so here is some fair warning: Once the paperwork comes rolling in, it doesn’t stop until the final decree is issued.  From the initial petition and praecipe to eventual affidavits and orders, you can expect a never-ending stream of paperwork pertaining to your divorce. 

Will I need all this paperwork for my Colorado Springs divorce?

Depending on the number of complications involved in your case, there are several different processes that involve a fair amount of paperwork.  Depending on the level of complexity, here is an example of some of the forms you can expect to see:

  • Petition for the dissolution of marriage
  • Sworn financial statement
  • Separation agreement
  • Child support order
  • Spousal Support order
  • Property settlement agreement
  • Custody agreement
  • Parenting Plan
  • Final divorce decree

The process of getting from the “Petition for Dissolution of Marriage” to the final “Decree of Divorce” can be a complicated matter for any couple.  If you are planning to file for divorce in Colorado Springs, then chances are you will need to hire a Colorado Springs divorce lawyer.  Experienced attorneys know how to get you from “Point A” to “Point B” in a divorce situation.  Your attorney will handle the creation and filing of each document and ensure you are not missing any important steps in the process.

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MPatMarrisonFor over a quarter century, we have helped people during what is often the darkest time in their lives. Divorce is not easy even under the best of circumstances. For most people, family is central. Having something go wrong in the family can have a ripple effect that extends beyond the home and into other areas.

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