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14-10-101. Short title.

Statute text

This article shall be known and may be cited as the "Uniform Dissolution of Marriage Act".


Source: L. 71: R&RE, p. 520, 1. C.R.S. 1963: 46-1-1.





Law reviews. For note, "The Extraterritorial Validity of Colorado Divorces", see 7 Rocky Mt. L. Rev. 271 (1935). For article, "Divorce -- Stalemate", see 16 Dicta 107 (1939). For article, "What Divorce Statutes Are Now in Effect in Colorado?", see 21 Dicta 68 (1944). For article, "Ten Years of Domestic Relations in Colorado -- 1940-1950", see 27 Dicta 399 (1950). For article, "Workmen's Compensation, Attorneys and Family Law", see 31 Dicta 1 (1954). For article, "A Proposal for Some Modest Changes in Divorce and Annulment Laws", see 26 Rocky Mt. L. Rev. 221 (1954). For article, "Colorado's New Divorce Law", see 35 Dicta 219 (1958). For note, "The New Colorado Divorce Statute", see 31 Rocky Mt. L. Rev. 207 (1959). For article, "Due Process in Involuntary Civil Commitment and Incompetency Adjudication Proceedings: Where Does Colorado Stand?", see 46 Den. L.J. 516 (1969). For article, "Divorce Policy and Divorce Reform", see 42 U. Colo. L. Rev. 403 (1971). For article, "Effects of Reconciliation on Separation Agreements in Colorado", see 51 U. Colo. L. Rev. 399 (1980). For article, "Mediation of Contested Child Custody Disputes", see 11 Colo. Law. 336 (1982). For article, "Colorado: Now a Community Property State?", see 25 Colo. Law. 55 (May 1996). For article, "Blending Spousal Tort Claims and Colorado Divorce Actions", see 25 Colo. Law. 57 (May 1996).

Act applicable regardless of date marriage began. Regardless of the date the marriage began, if the dissolution of marriage occurs after the effective date of this article, the parties are subject to all provisions of the uniform act. In re Lester, 647 P.2d 688 (Colo. App. 1982).