This section covers the three types of agreements between spouses: pre-marital (or pre-nuptial) agreements, marital agreements, and separation agreements.
Although many people think of pre-nups as a tool for a second marriage, there a variety of reasons why you should consider signing one before you get married.
In Colorado, there is a difference between being physically separated from your spouse (living at separate addresses) and being legally separated from your spouse (having a Decree of Legal Separation).
Many people assume that, if they have an uncontested divorce, adding attorneys to the mix will only complicate matters and cause a war. If you are one of those individuals, do not fear! While there are some attorneys who embody this stereotype, there are many others whose desire is to get your divorced from your spouse with minimal collateral damage. Divorce is hard enough on its own – you do not need an attorney who adds fuel to the fire!
Discussing a Pre-Nuptial Agreement can feel like a wet blanket during one of the most exciting times for a couple. However, for those couples who need or want a Pre-Nuptial Agreement, meeting with an experienced attorney is a must.
Many people are familiar with the concept of a Pre-Nuptial Agreement. However, most people are unaware of the agreements spouses can enter into after their marriage, whether they are considering a divorce or not.