Appearing In Court for Divorce Proceedings

June 15, 2009
Categories: Colorado Divorce Info | Author: Admin Admin

If you can create an agreement with your spouse, you do not need to be present for any part of the proceeds.  If you cannot agree, most of the work can be accomplished with you being out of state. If there is a trial, however, some judges are flexible about telephone testimony, others will require that you attend.


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