The Reality. Outside of the law and the statistics, the main determination of how long your El Paso County divorce will take depends on you and the opposing party. I tell my clients that I like to keep my cases boring and keep them as simple as possible. When cases are adversarial, they are not boring at all. If the parties to a case are fighting over child custody, bringing experts on board, filing contempt action against each other, filing restraining orders, and generally not working together, the case can go on for well over a year. Now, at times it is necessary and proper to bring experts on board for your case, file contempt motions, and file restraining orders. These factors can and will have an impact on how long your El Paso County divorce will take. Parties that work together get their divorces done faster.
The experienced attorneys at Springs Law Group work with clients to help them understand how long their case will take and teach them proactive ways to approach their case so that they can start the next step in their life. If you have questions about your El Paso County divorce, contact Christopher M. Nicolaysen, Jacob F. Kimball or Lindsey E. Weber at Springs Law Group LLC to help you with the preparation of your specific case. Call us directly at 719.299.5777 today.
Christopher Nicolaysen is a Family law Attorney who practices in Colorado Springs, CO. He graduated from Denver Sturm College of Law, and has been practicing law for several years now. Christopher Nicolaysen is passionate about helping you solve your family matters. Learn more about his experience here.