Many couples hesitate to obtain a pre-marital agreement before getting married, because they believe it is the same as admitting the marriage will ultimately fail. This is a mistaken impression. All couples who marry or divorce under the laws of the state of Colorado already have a pre-martial agreement; the one created by the laws written by the Colorado Legislature! Creating a pre-marital agreement does not mean that you are admitting your marriage will end before it begins. Creating a pre-marital agreement means you have assessed the blanket, one-size fits all approach of the Legislature, and decided you can create better options for you and your spouse. Generally, ending a marriage which was preceded by a pre-martial agreement is significantly less costly than ending a marriage without one. Defining your expectations from a place of love, collaboration, and affection, is an infinitely preferable model to deciding how to end your marriage from a point of high conflict and anger.
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