Free Colorado Divorce Forms

Many counties in Colorado allow you to file divorce forms online. Consult with your local court to see if online filing is available for your area. Visit the Colorado ECourts web page.

Colorado Divorce Forms
Colorado Divorce Forms
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To file for divorce in Colorado, you or your spouse must have lived in the state for at least 91 days before you can file.

If you have minor children that have not lived in Colorado for at least 182 days immediately prior to you filing your divorce case, the Colorado Courts may not be able to enter any orders related to parental responsibilities.

The divorce forms that may need to be filed for couples with no minor children are:

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The divorce forms that may need to be filed for couple WITH minor children are:


STEP 1- Download and complete your forms.

Download and complete these forms:

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  • Colorado Domestic Case Information Sheet
  • Colorado Summons for Dissolution of Marriage or Legal Separation

STEP 2- Complete the Verification section on the last page of the Petition. 

Both you and your spouse must complete the Verification section on the last page of the Petition, including the day, month, and year in which you are signing, the location where you are when you sign the document, and your printed name and signature. You do not need to complete the Verification section at the same time. You can complete the Verification section and then give the form to your spouse and have him/her complete their Verification section at a later time.

STEP 3- File your Forms with the Court.

Take your completed forms to the clerk at the counter in the courthouse. Give the forms to the clerk to file your case.  Either you OR your spouse can drop off the forms at the court, and it is not necessary that you both go together.

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The clerk of court might ask you to complete additional forms. Please follow the clerk’s instructions.

Feel like you need a divorce lawyer? Visit our Divorce Lawyers in Colorado page.