One of the biggest questions a person considering divorce will seek an answer to is how the courts divide assets in Colorado. Every state has its own approach to asset division, based on both state law and legal precedent by previous divorces in the state. Not knowing the potential financial impact of your divorce can be nerve-wracking, especially if you expect and enjoy a certain standard of living.
Unless you have a prenuptial agreement on record, it's impossible to predict exactly how the courts will handle asset division. Every case is unique, which means that every asset division outcome is also unique. However, if you take the time to understand state laws in Colorado, you can probably estimate the broad overall outcome of the asset division process in your divorce.