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Separation Agreements in Colorado
A Separation Agreement Will Lay Out the Terms of Your Divorce
If the parties in a dissolution of marriage are able to settle their divorce in Colorado, they prepare a separation agreement. This lays out the agreed-upon terms. Specifically stating the terms can be very helpful to the Colorado family law court in determining whether or not the terms are fair to the divorcing parties involved.
Terms may include decisions regarding the following matters, among others:
- Child custody
- Child support
- Spousal support
- Property division
Most Colorado family law cases are settled and separation agreements are subsequently submitted to the divorce court for review and approval. Once approved, the terms become orders of the court. This means that they are legal and binding, and the parties may be subject to contempt if the order is violated.
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