Colorado is a No-Fault State for Divorce

Did you know Colorado is a no-fault state for divorce? Neither party needs to be at fault in order to initiate divorce proceedings. This means you do not have to explain to the court why it is you are moving forward. So long as the marriage is irrevocably broken, proceedings may continue and neither party is specifically at fault. This resource contains the effective dates regarding the adoption of no-fault laws in each state.