Marital Agreements

Colorado law provides that parties may contract with respect to rights and obligations to property owned by one party or by both parties. These agreements may be made prior to a marriage, called a Prenuptial Agreement, or may be made after the marriage but before any consideration of divorce, called a Postnuptial Agreement. Generally the Court will enforce the provisions of these agreements unless there is evidence of involuntariness, insufficient disclosures or unconscionable provisions. Any party considering signing a marital agreement should first have an understanding of Colorado law.

With over 20 years of legal experience, our managing attorney, Rachael K. Lattimer, has the expertise necessary to competently represent clients in family law matters and has the personal empathy necessary to support clients throughout the legal process and beyond.

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