Civil Unions in Colorado
The Civil Unions bill has passed the House and Senate, been signed by the Governor, and will be available in Colorado beginning May 1.
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Getting a Civil Union?
If you have a Designated Beneficiary Agreement with your partner and you are considering entering into a civil union, you may wish to revoke your Designated Beneficiary Agreement. Click here to download a form to complete, have notarized, and take to the Clerk & Recorder’s Office where you previously had filed your designated beneficiary paperwork, pay the fee for certified copies and filing in order to properly revoke that agreement.
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