In our lives, there are times when family reconciliation is no longer possible and divorce becomes the only solution.
The first step in starting the divorce procedure depends on the way the two partners have separated (in good faith or aggressively, with or without blame etc.), the time elapsed since the marriage ended and the existence of children resulted from the marriage. The two partners can have an amicable divorce if it has been more than a year since the marriage ended and there are no minor children involved.
The amicable divorce, with all its particularities, is the easiest and quickest way to complete the legal procedure. When divorce is not possible by agreement of both partners, one of the spouses can file the divorce due to various reasons.
Either way, people involved in such a situation must have patience and lucidity in order to be able to explain as clearly as possible the situation of their marriage and the reasons for accepting/ not accepting the divorce, otherwise everything will become much more difficult (and sometimes awkward!) for everyone. Hire a Denver divorce attorney who is able to show compassion for the situation without getting emotionally involved.
In the case of an amicable divorce, the procedure may be concluded quickly, but if the parties do not agree on various aspects, the procedure may last up to 10-12 months and even longer.
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