JDF 1115 R2/18 SEPARATION AGREEMENT (MARRIAGE)
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District Court ___________________________ County, Colorado
In re the Marriage of:
Attorney or Party Without Attorney (Name and Address):
Phone Number: E-mail:
FAX Number: Atty. Reg. #:
SEPARATION AGREEMENT (MARRIAGE)
To promote the amicable settlement of disputes among parties, parties getting a divorce (dissolution of marriage)
or legal separation may enter into a written separation agreement containing provisions for maintenance (spousal
support) for either party and for the disposition of property and debt. The Court must follow the separation
agreement as it pertains to the parties themselves and to property, unless the Court finds the agreement
unconscionable, in which case it may order the parties to submit a revised agreement.
You may use this form as a separation agreement to submit to the Court. This standard form does not include
every possible issue that may be relevant to the facts of your case. A section entitled "Other Terms" is available
for you to identify unique issues that you may have in your case. If you need more space than is provided,
attach additional pages to the form. Any additional pages must include signatures.
This is a:
Full Agreement (We agree to everything and this Agreement is signed by both parties)
Partial Agreement (We agree to some things and this Agreement is signed by both parties)
No Agreement (Prepared by signer and mailed to the other party)
If this is a partial Agreement or the Agreement was prepared by one party, please complete and file with the Court
JDF 1129 - Pretrial Statement to identify issues that you have not agreed on. This is a required form if you
have any issues that you cannot agree on. A hearing may be necessary to address the issues.
Section 1: Assets
You must list all assets as identified on the Sworn Financial Statement (JDF 1111). If you do not own any assets
within the category identified, please check the appropriate box. If you do own the asset, please identify who will
have possession of the asset and who will be responsible for any obligations for the asset, if applicable.
It is important to remember that it is the responsibility of the party who is awarded the asset to prepare the necessary
documents to change the title of the property with the county and to notify any financial institutions, insurance
companies, etc. of any changes.
Petitioner (“P”) throughout this Agreement means and refers to _______________________ (name).
Co-Petitioner/Respondent (“R” or Co-Pet./Resp.) throughout this Agreement means and refers to