A New Relationship
After a difficult divorce, it can be very easy to want to fall in love again and find the right person. When you find someone and start to fall for them, your next question might be when you can marry them and start a new life together. We have the answer for you.
No Official Waiting Period
Colorado does not have an official period that dictates how long you must wait to get married again after your divorce is finalized. However, as is the case in most states, you do have to wait until your divorce is complete before you can get married again.
While Colorado has no law preventing you from seeing someone during your divorce, keep in mind that you are still married until your decree of divorce is signed and completed. Dating during divorce can be dangerous.
Remarrying and Spousal Maintenance
However, if you are receiving maintenance payments and are looking at getting remarried, you should be aware that your payments may change. Colorado divorces may include spousal maintenance payments in which the spouse earning the higher income pays the lower-earning spouse a set amount for a set period of time. Unless agreed upon otherwise in the settlement, spousal maintenance payments end when you remarry.
Before you marry someone else after your divorce, it is important to take a look at your overall financial situation and determine if remarrying will put you in a better position compared to staying single and receiving maintenance payments.
Working with a Colorado Divorce Attorney
Life does not end after divorce, but it can be difficult to know what it might look like when all is said and done. At Law Office of Greg Quimby, P.C., we aim to help our clients gain the clearest picture of what their future may look like and how they can start that next chapter of their lives. We’re ready to do the same for you.
Call us today at (719) 212-4227 or visit us online to schedule your consultation.