303-534-4888

104 Broadway, Suite 200
Denver, CO 80203

303-534-4888

104 Broadway, Suite 200
Denver, CO 80203

Rights of Legally Separated Spouse

MY QUESTION IS MY BROTHER HAD GOTTEN MARRIED IN 2001 THEN RIGHT BEFORE THE YEAR THEY GOT LEGALLY SEPARATED I CANT FIND ANY DOCUMENT ON THAT BUT THEY DO NOT WANT TO GET DIVORCED. MY BROTHER HAS A GIRL FRIEND AND NOW HIS REAL WIFE WANT TO VISIT HIM IN JAIL BUT HIS GIRL SAID NO DO HIS ORIGINAL WIFE STILL HAVE RIGHTS?

Assuming your brother is still legally married, yes, his wife still has rights. Her right to visit him in prison however, is contingent on the visitation rules of the prison. Normally, a person’s right to visit a prisoner has nothing to do with whether or not they are married, are an ex-wife, current girl friend or someone answering a personal ad.

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