Colorado Prenuptial Agreement | Laws

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Updated August 07, 2022

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Colorado prenuptial agreement is an agreement signed by a couple before marriage to list the assets and debt of each party and the manner in which they will be distributed in the event of a divorce or death. It is recommended that each party be represented by separate legal counsel. In fact, the validity of the agreement may rely on whether a party was coerced or otherwise prevented from seeking independent legal advice. Other factors that may render the document unenforceable include hidden financial information, evidence of the agreement being signed against either party’s will, and unconscionable clauses.

Signing Requirements (§ 14-2-306) – For the document to be legally enforceable, both parties must provide their signatures.