A post-marital contract is like an insurance policy – executed at a time when everything is fine, but it becomes effective if the marriage were to end in the future. These agreements must be carefully crafted and properly executed in order to be enforceable, and it is advisable that the parties have them verified by an independent lawyer prior to signing. To this end, the government version of the Uniform Premarital and Marital Agreements Act (Title 14, Section 2, Part Three of the Colorado Statutes) contains criteria that must be met before a prenup is applicable, as well as guidance on the types of rights that may be addressed in these contracts. While it`s not the most romantic concept in the world, a couple considering a wedding in Colorado can enter into a marriage contract or a contract before the wedding. The Court`s conclusion was as follows: the terms of a pre-marriage or conjugal agreement are similar to those of any other contract, with the following exception: the Colorado New Act has no influence on pre-marital or conjugal agreements entered into before the 1st These agreements remain applicable, subject to the laws in force on the date of performance. However, changes made from and after July 1, 2014 to prior or conjugal agreements must comply with the Colorado New Act. From 1 July 2014, a new law on marriage contracts will enter into force, which aims above all, at the legislative level, to offer better protection to unpresented parties. The new statute, titled Uniform Premarital and Marital Agreements Act, Colorado. . . .
Uniform Premarital Agreement Act Colorado
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