Colorado Revised Statutes 14-2-109.3

Rights of underage married persons

(1) In addition to any rights established in law, a married person who has not attained eighteen years of age has the following rights: (a) The right to establish a domicile separate from the married person's parents; (b) The right to file motions and petitions with a court in the married person's name and on the married person's own behalf; (c) The right to enter into enforceable contracts, including but not limited to leases for housing; and (d) The right to consent to and make decisions concerning the married person's own medical care.

(Source: L. 2019: Entire section added, (HB 19-1316), ch. 380, p. 3421, § 4, effective August 2.)

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