Colorado Legal Separation
Couples sometimes choose to file for a Decree of Legal Separation in Colorado for issues that include health insurance coverage or religious reasons. The Colorado or Denver Legal Separation process is virtually identical to that for divorce and the time frame depends on the case specifics and the dynamics of the parties involved. The primary difference between a legal separation and a divorce is that after a decree of Legal Separation has been entered neither party is free to remarry until the case is converted to a divorce action.
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