Property Division in Colorado Divorces – Season 3

Colorado is an equitable distribution state, which means that property is divided “equitably” or “fairly” instead of always 50/50. The judge will look at several factors to determine how to fairly divide your assets and then choose who gets what. We explain more in Season 3 on Property Division.

For additional resources on getting a divorce in Colorado, you can listen to our Divorce at Altitude podcast. Each week, Ryan Kalamaya and Amy Goscha give weekly to divorce, including conversations with experts such as custody evaluators, CPAs, mediators, and family law judges.

#1 Property Division in a Colorado Divorce
#2 Marital and Separate Property in Colorado
#3 Dividing Marital Property
#4 Business Valuations in a Divorce
#5 What Happens to the Family Home in a Divorce
#6 Dividing Retirement Accounts in a Divorce
#7 IRAs and Divorce
#8 Dividing Qualified Retirement Plans in a Divorce
#9 Splitting Personal Property in a Colorado Divorce
#10 Economic Fault and Dissipation of Assets
#11 Trust Interests in a Divorce
#12 Gifts to the Marital Estate & Depletion of Separate Property
#13 Future Contingent Beneficial Interests in a Trust