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If she will not sign an agreement regarding children (if any), division of marital property
, child support (if any), and alimony
(if any) then your only option is to file a petition requesting a dissolution of your marriage. You can likely do this in Colorado as long as you meet the residency requirements.
To file for a dissolution of marriage in Colorado, one party must be a resident of the state for at least 90 days before filing. The petition for dissolution of marriage may be filed in the county where either party resides. Colorado Revised Statutes 14-10-106.
If you file in Colorado and your spouse does not show up for the final hearing then you may be awarded a default judgment (as is customary when one party does not show up).
She may be able to cause the proceedings to be drawn out compared to signing an agreement and filing for an uncontested divorce but if you retain an attorney then you can likely expedite the process.
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