I know Cocourts gives basic information like that things HAVE been filed. But is there a way to get more detailed information more quickly than waiting on the orders or motions etc to show up in the US mail? Is there a reputable commercial service or does Colorado have a way to access your own court proceedings online? I'm really anxious to know the statuses (this has been going on for months, with weeks and weeks between each filing), but cocourt only tells me that SOME motion has been filed without any detailed information.
You know status by what is filed and what you need to do
You should be checking court file at least once a week. You may be able to do so electronically
Contact any Colorado lawsuit attorney and ask what they will charge. The fee that we are charged to get the record in any case (where the attorney has not appeared) is $10. The attorney may not charge you at all beyond that. Email a few and see.
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You can always enter into a limited representation/unbundled legal services agreement with an attorney for purposes of monitoring/advising of litigation timeframes, filings, calendaring, dockets, etc. Best of luck.
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