Colorado Divorce Laws | Counseling & Mediation


If the courts conclude that a reconciliation of the marriage seems reasonably possible, or that there is evidence that the 2 divorcing parties have differing opinions about the marriage being considered irretrievable broken; the courts or the parties involved can and may request that a counseling period should be undertaken. This period is usually determined not to be less than 30 days and will not go longer than 60 days. Also in cases regarding disputes over custody and visitation and support concerning children of the divorcing parties the courts may request further mediation and arbitration.

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