Once you file for divorce, the court will immediately order the parties to refrain from taking the children out of the state of Colorado for any reason, refrain from transferring, destroying, or borrowing against any marital property, refrain from canceling any insurance coverage, refrain from disturbing the other party in any manner until such time as the divorce concludes. If a parent removes the children from the state after the court enters these orders, the parent will be held in contempt of court and may face jail time, fines, or other appropriate sanctions. Further, the court can order that the children be returned immediately to Colorado.