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It's easy to assume that solving two matters at once — bankruptcy and divorce — can make both of them less grueling. In reality, doing so is neither legally feasible nor cost-efficient. What's more, filing for divorce and bankruptcy at the same time...

The short answer to this question is yes. As a no-fault divorce state, Colorado allows both parties to divorce without going through the court ordeal. There’s one caveat though: you and your spouse should be able to agree on the division of all...

Legal separation and filing for a divorce are two distinct and different legal situations, even though the outcomes of each are rather similar. Both of these do involve a filing with the court, and, ultimately, both spouses will be bound by the...