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Divorce mediation in Colorado

If you are preparing for divorce in Colorado, mediation can play an important role in the process. Colorado law requires divorcing couples to participate in mediation

Mediation offers several advantages but may also have its downsides. Staying informed and knowing what to expect can help you use your sessions productively.

Why is mediation required for divorce in Colorado?

If you filed for divorce or are considering divorce in the state of Colorado, you may have heard that mediation is a requirement. Chances are, if you chose to separate, you already made attempts at resolution. Mediation, however, gives you the opportunity to discuss matters in the presence of a neutral party and work through the details of your divorce with civility.

These are just a few of the reasons the state moved to make it a mandatory part of the process. Each of the following reasons demonstrates some of the great benefits that mediation can offer, too. Read on for more information on what to expect and why it is important to attend mediation sessions.