Just a question not going threw a divorce
It depends on the court. Many courts order it in every case; other courts do not. Even if ordered, it is not required if you settle your case and file all required documents before the mediation deadlineSee question
I'm over the road truck driver and I can't come in for my final hearing.We agreed on every single thing and there is no dispute between us...
You may not need to even do that. If there are no children involved, no hearing is necessary. You just file your non-appearance affidavit and separation agreement. If there are children involved, you can do the same provided each party is represented by an attorney. If not, you do not need to be present provided you have a written agreement which has been filed with the court. Then, just your spouse could appear at the hearing. If you want to be heard at the hearing, you need to file a motion to appear by phone. I do not know if there is a standard form for that. When that is necessary, I prepare my own form from scratch.See question
"There is a mandatory 90-day waiting period before the Court can enter the divorce decree." Does this mean that it takes 90 days after we sign off, file, and finalize everything for us to officially be divorced and receive our decree or is it 90 d...
It's now a 91 day period. It starts from the time the other party was served with the Petition. If you filed as co-petitioners, it starts from the filing date. It sounds like you are past that date, so the divorce can become final as soon as the court reviews and approves your agreement.See question
They admit to hitting my son, they are saying the damage to his rear door was not there fault and are sending out a person to measure the car. Do I need to be concerned? they admit the bumper should be damaged. Should I get a lawyer or wait and...
It is normal for the insurance company to inspect the car as part of their claim review process. I would not be very concerned. It should be fairly obvious if the door damage is recent or old. If you can not reach an agreeable settlement, you have the option of suing the responsible driver. In that case, you may want to retain an attorney, unless the amount is small enough for small claims court. ($7500). Another option is to have your insurance company pay for the damages. However, you will be responsible for your deductible and it may count as a claim against you for insurance rating purposes.See question
My question is if I sign the paperwork without the box being checked, does this prevent me from receiving the spousal support/maintenance?
There is a Colorado case that holds that failure to request maintenance in the Petition precludes the court from awarding maintenance. You and your husband should not file as Co-Petitioners if you disagree about the contents of the Petition, especially re: the claim for relief. Let him file and serve you, or you file and serve him. You can request maintenance in your pleading.See question
Is there any problem with my live in boyfriend to add me to his company's medical insurance as a domestic partner? Could I lose my maintenance if I did this?
An accurate answer requires a review of your separation agreement / permanent orders. Generally, being in a domestic partnership is not a remarriage that would terminate maintenance per statutory requirements. However, it may be a basis for reducing / terminating the maintenance depending on all the financial circumstances involved.See question
Property damage ONLY in car accident and received a letter from my insurance company that I have right to an attorney for above insurance limits that I may be personally liable for. Not sure if I need a lawyer or not.
It may depend whether the damages from the collision exced your policy limits. A lawyer may assist you in getting your company to settle the claim within policy limits. If the claim actually does exceed policy limits, you may want a lawyer to represent you in any lawsuit brought by the other party.See question
My ex-husband was to buy me out of our home one year after our divorce. He let the house go into foreclosure, so I thought he no longer owed me. I now know that he does, what Colorado Court forms do I need to file to go after him?
Depending on the exact wording of your decree, he probably still owes you the amount he was supposed to pay to buy you out. You may be able to request a judgment for that amount and then garnish his wages, attach bank accounts and file a lien on his property. Alos, you may be able to cite him for contempt. If found in contempt, the court can impose a fine or jail sentence until he complies. You should consider retaining an attorney to assist you in collecting the money owed to you.See question
I am planning to take my ex-husband to court. He was to pay me $20,000 for our home and has owed me since 2011. We both moved back to the Broomfield area from Pueblo County more than 4 years ago. I would like to get a change of venue to Broomfield...
To add to the other responses, you will file this in Pueblo County where the Order was entered. It is up to that court to decide whether to change venue to Broomfield. You may want to retain a lawyer to assist you in collecting the money owed.See question
I filed contempt of court charges on my ex-husband because he has unpaid items over an 8-year period of a bank bill he was supposed to pay half of and dental bills among other things as well as about $15,000 in child support he hasn't paid. He ju...
It seems that your ex now has the ability to comply with the prior orders. That is the key to contempt. Hopefully the amount of money involved makes it worth pursuing. Also, you are likely to have your attorney fees awarded in the contempt proceeding.See question