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Premarital agreements theoretically should make property settlements simpler and more predictable. Having said that, I will tell you that the two largest divorce cases (in terms of professional fees) that I ever worked on involved premarital agreements.
No-fault, which means irretrievable breakdown of the marriage, is the only grounds for dissolution. Traditional fault grounds, such as adultery, abandonment, habitual drunkenness and mental cruelty may not be used in the state of Colorado.
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