A Colorado divorce petition must include: a statement that the marriage is irretrievably broken; the legal residence of both spouses and the length of residence in Colorado; the date of the marriage; the names, ages and addresses of all living children of the marriage; a statement as to whether the wife is currently pregnant; any agreements reached regarding spousal support, child support or child custody; a description of the relief sought by the court; and a statement that the petitioner(s) understand the temporary injunction in place during the divorce proceedings. (Colorado Statutes Title 14, Article 10, Section 107)
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