Divorce is the process by which one dissolves a marriage. A marriage by definition requires the consent of both parties. When one party no longer consents to being in that marriage, he or she may file for a divorce. Colorado is a “no fault” state, meaning you do not need a reason to get divorced.
Divorce can be an extremely difficult time, as parties negotiate child custody (parenting time), alimony, and property division. At Miller Family law, LLC™, we negotiate the tough issues to help you protect what matters most.