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Colorado couples may take care in wording a prenuptial agreement

Prenuptial agreements in Colorado and elsewhere are supposed to make a marriage and a divorce easier. However, a man in another state is under scrutiny because of his prenuptial agreement. He says he wants a divorce but the judge is not so sure.

The Rape Survivor Child Custody Act passed by Congress

Legislators from both parties are behind Congress's decision to pass H.R. 2772. This is The Rape Survivor Child Custody Act, and it was passed on Tuesday, May 19, 2015. This legislation will affect victims of rape in Colorado and elsewhere in this nation in regards to children who are born as a result the violent act.

Colorado couples may protect assets with no prenuptial agreement

It is not always easy for one to convince one's fiancé to sign a prenuptial agreement. However, there are other ways that a person who is getting married can protect at least some of what he or she owned before the marriage in case of divorce. Although there is never a guarantee, Colorado couples can take precautions that may help if they are unable to obtain a prenuptial agreement.

Colorado divorce rates average with that of the nation

Although divorce rates may be falling for most couples across the nation and in Colorado, one group is not benefiting from the decline. Poor couples still have a high divorce rate, and it is, in fact, much higher than the average divorce rate for other groups of couples. Today, the number of divorces was about the same for poor couples as it was in the 1980s.

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