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I am legally separated. I live in metro Denver, Colorado (Englewood,

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I am legally separated. I live in metro Denver, Colorado (Englewood, CO). I want to buy a condo in metro Denver. Can I do this without any involvement whatsoever, of legally separated husband?

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Hello! Thank you for your question today. My goal is to provide you with the information you seek.

Please note: (1) this is general information only, not legal advice; and (2) I will provide you with honest information and not necessarily to tell you what you might be hoping to hear.

If the separation is a legal separation obtained through the court then property acquired after a legal separation is considered separate property and excluded from marital property. The Colorado Statute is C.R.S. 14-10-113(2)(c).

To the extent one meets the lender's qualifications of a loan and is not using joint funds, a legally separated spouse does not need to be involved or be given notice of the purchase.

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