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Dissolution of Marriage Timing Issues

Usually the parties in a dissolution of marriage just want to get divorced and move on with their lives as quickly as possible. However, there are some important timing requirements and waiting periods parties to a dissolution of marriage should be aware of to ensure they can get their divorce as quickly as possible.

How to Gain Proper Jurisdiction in Dissolution of Marriage Cases

To enter a decree of dissolution of marriage, Colorado district courts need proper subject matter jurisdiction. To enter an order for maintenance, child support, or division of marital property, the court needs personal jurisdiction. Here are the keys to gaining both subject matter jurisdiction and personal jurisdiction.

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