On May 1, 2013 the Colorado Supreme Court repealed Chief Justice Directive 12-02. CJD 12-02 was a directive executed by the Colorado Supreme Court in January 2012 to establish a "Temporary Reduction of Filing Fees in Certain Civil Actions." Enacted in order to provide relief from certain economic conditions at the time.
While not technically a raise in fees, the repeal of the CJD effectively raises the cost on many common fees back to their 2011 rates. CJD 12-02 was originally enacted to insure that the excess assets in the justice stabilization fund did not exceed the statutory maximum set by the Colorado Revised Statutes. At the time the directive was enacted, it was contemplated that it would be repealed when such an excess was no longer a concern.
The repeal of CJD 12-02 will take effect July 1, 2013 and fees will revert to their pre CJD 12-02 levels. See the attached .pdf for a breakdown of those fees. Civil Court Filing Fees
You can find additional information on filing fees and forms related there to at the State of Colorado's Judicial Branch website, located here.