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How Long Will My Divorce Take? – Lewis & Matthews

The length of a divorce can vary but there’s minimums that affect the length. One major factor is statutory. The case must be pending for 91 days and, essentially, the case must be at issue for 91 days, which means 91 days after the filing of the case if it’s a petitioner and co-petitioner filing, or 91 days after the case becomes at issue, which means that the respondent is either served with the paperwork or ways and accept service. Watch ad Leslie how various processes affect the length of a divorce:

If you have questions about the divorce process, give us a call at (303) 329-3802 and speak with a Denver divorce lawyer today.

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