Usually the biggest issues couples tackle in a divorce are the division of assets and time with children. However, what affects both of those is finances.
Divorces are often emotional times. Even when the couple is splitting on good terms, they often mourn the loss of what could have been. Unfortunately, even the most amicable splits can turn ugly, depending on what happens on social media.
You may have heard about divorce and parenting mediation in Colorado. This is a cooperative process that can serve as an alternative or as a complement to litigation. While, technically, Colorado law does not require mediation for divorcing couples, as a practical matter, many judges will order mediation at some point during litigation so that the parties can resolve certain disputes. Couples may also choose to start with mediation rather than filing a contested divorce in court right away.