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Boulder County Divorce Attorney

We Understand the Emotional Aspects of Divorce 

Divorce is a highly emotional process that often leads to intense feelings of anxiety and uncertainty. When you are going through a divorce, it is important to have an experienced attorney by your side who can help you, providing support and legal guidance to make sure your rights and interests are protected.

At Vario Law Group, our compassionate, tenacious divorce attorney can help you navigate this difficult time. With 20 years of experience, insight, and resources under her belt, our attorney has helped individuals and families resolve their divorces in cost-effective, amicable manners. Don't go this alone. We can help you get through your divorce.

Contact usat (720) 868-9496 today to learn more. We offer a free, confidential consultation so you can determine if our family law firm is the right fit for you.

How Long Does a Divorce Take?

There is no set time frame for how long a divorce will take. It can take anywhere from a few months to a couple years. The minimum waiting period is 91 days from the time one spouse is served divorce papers, after which point it's possible to get the divorce. However, some negotiation is likely necessary between the initial filing for divorce and the terms for the divorce being finalized.

  • Uncontested Divorce – This is a divorce where both spouses can agree on all issues, and they do not want to dig in their heels to fight over anything. An uncontested divorce is generally much faster than other types of divorce, often not exceeding the minimum 91-day waiting period by much. This type of divorce is also less expensive.
  • Contested Divorce – This type of divorce is when both spouses cannot agree on all issues. This type of divorce can be more complicated and take more time, even a year or more, to resolve. A contested divorce is also more expensive.

Contact Our Weld County Divorce Lawyer Today

Our experienced divorce lawyer can help you resolve your divorce in a cost-effective manner. We can help you file the necessary paperwork, keep negotiations on track and respectful, and represent you in court if necessary. From child custody disputes to property division, spousal support, and more, we can make sure that your rights are upheld and your future secured.

Book a consultationwith an experienced divorce attorney in Boulder County. Call (720) 868-9496 or contact us online today.

We Want to Help You Achieve Your Goals Call (720) 868-9496 or contact our Boulder County lawyer online today to request your free, confidential consultation.