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How old is too old to divorce?

You may be in your 60s, 70s or 80s, but does that mean that you're too old to get a divorce? Not necessarily. In fact, many people do choose to divorce at this age for various reasons. Whether you're a healthy 80-year-old woman who wants to keep doing the things you love while your ex-spouse takes another path or you're in your 60s and looking to start fresh, divorce is a possibility

Divorcing parents of toddlers can help them to navigate divorce

Navigating the process of getting divorced can understandably be challenging for both adults involved. However, divorce can also take a toll on children, particularly toddlers. Fortunately, divorcing parents in Colorado can take a couple of steps to keep their children as emotionally safe as possible during this life-altering event.

Tips may help with informing spouse of desire for divorce

When an individual in Colorado is ready to end his or her marriage, one of the most defining moments of the process is breaking the news to the other party. Figuring out how to go about this can no doubt be confusing and even overwhelming. However, a few tips may help to make this stage of the divorce process easier.

Divorcing in Colorado? Go to your Initial Status Conference

Getting a divorce is probably not what you would prefer, but if you've tried to work through your marital issues and haven't been able to resolve them, then it may be the only option. With a divorce in Colorado, you'll see that the state requires you to live there for at least 91 days before you can file. If you don't live there but your spouse does, you can file as soon as they have lived there for 91 days.

Divorce process can pose emotional challenges for children

The process of getting divorced can understandably be difficult for both spouses to navigate from an emotional standpoint. However, a marital breakup can also pose major emotional challenges for the children involved, especially if parental conflict during the divorce is strong. Here is a look at how a conflict-filled divorce can impact children in Colorado.

Tips may help to promote healing during divorce

The process of dissolving a marriage is never a simple one from an emotional standpoint. This is particularly true if the other party is the person who initiated the divorce proceeding. However, a few tips may help individuals in Colorado to more confidently navigate the divorce process.

Process of divorce can be challenging to navigate financially

The process of getting divorced can understandably be a trying experience emotionally. However, divorce can also be difficult to navigate financially. Here is a glimpse at how financial matters are generally handled during the divorce process in Colorado.

Here's how to talk to your children about divorce by age

Getting a divorce isn't always easy on a parent, but when their children start asking why the divorce is happening, things get trickier. Depending on how old your child is, you may not be sure how to address their questions or how much information to give them.

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