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My wife and I got married on November 15, 2017. We are planning on divorcing now. Is it necessary for me to get an Attorney? I think most things will be agreed on. We live together in Colorado. Are there things I can do to make it go quicker?
Asked on May 9, 2018 under Family Law, Colorado
S.L,. Member, California Bar / FreeAdvice Contributing Attorney
Answered 5 years ago | Contributor
If your divorce is uncontested (no disputes), you and your wife can obtain the packet of forms from the court, fill it out and file it with the court. You may want to have a paralegal help you complete the forms.
The process cannot be expedited. It just depends on how quickly the forms can be completed and filed.
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