John E. Kirchner, Attorney at Law | John Kirchner
The simple answer is "yes". However, you need to be sure you understand the general rules, as well as any unique local rules of the judge assigned to your case. Depending on whether you & your spouse have reached a full agreement or will require the judge to decide any disputes, there may be a number of things you need to do. For example, most courts in Colorado require you to participate in mediation before you can submit any issues to the court in a disputed hearing.
Answer Applies to: Colorado