When it comes to the process of divorce, states can differ considerably regarding the timeline and the way that assets are divided. When considering filing for a divorce, make sure to research how the law works in the state in which you will be filing for divorce.
In the state of Colorado, no fault divorce law is followed. This essentially means that a spouse cannot be blamed, from a legal perspective, for the breakdown of the marriage -- for example, because of adultery or hostile behavior. Instead, there is only one way of having grounds for a divorce: by claiming that the marriage in question is broken irretrievably.