There are many requirements for disclosing information in your divorce process. Missing one could be catastrophic when it comes to division of the assets in your final agreements. Read on to find some strategies to try and mistakes to avoid.
While it is possible to represent yourself in any court proceeding, it is not always advisable. There are many intricacies to the legal process that, if unknown, can cause you to leave your marriage and subsequent divorce in a compromised financial situation. The State of Colorado Judicial Website has over 150 forms used in the domestic law courts! That is a confusing road to navigate. Throw in the high emotional impact to your life and you aren't likely to be able to make the best choices for a good financial outcome.
If you are going through a divorce or legal separation in Colorado, there are a number of factors to consider in making sure that your assets and liabilities are fairly divided by the court. It is important, whether you have high income and substantial assets or not, that all your property and liabilities are fairly valued and equitably divided.