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(1) In this section, “custodial responsibility” means parental rights and responsibilities, parenting time, access, visitation, or other custodial right or duty with respect to a child.
(2) A term in a premarital agreement or marital agreement is not enforceable to the extent that it:
(a) Adversely affects a child's right to support;
(b) Limits or restricts a remedy available to a victim of domestic violence under law of this state other than this part 3;
(c) Purports to modify the grounds for a court-decreed legal separation or marital dissolution available under law of this state other than this part 3;
(d) Penalizes a party for initiating a legal proceeding leading to a court-decreed legal separation or marital dissolution; or
(e) Violates public policy.
(3) A term in a premarital agreement or marital agreement which defines the rights or duties of the parties regarding custodial responsibility is not binding on the court.
Cite this article: FindLaw.com - Colorado Revised Statutes Title 14. Domestic Matters § 14-2-310. Unenforceable terms - last updated January 01, 2019 | https://codes.findlaw.com/co/title-14-domestic-matters/co-rev-st-sect-14-2-310/
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