Contracts between prospective spouses are referred to as prenuptial agreements. If the contract is entered into after marriage, it is commonly referred to as a postnuptial agreement. In Colorado, these agreements must satisfy strict statutory requirements set forth in the Colorado Marital Agreement Act. The statute sets forth specific types of terms to which the parties may contract. Importantly, a parent cannot reduce or eliminate his or her child support obligation. For assistance in drafting a custom-tailored prenuptial or post-marital agreements that suit your needs contact Patricia A. Riley, LLC.