2021 Colorado Code
Title 15 - Probate, Trusts, and Fiduciaries
Article 11 - Intestate Succession and Wills
Part 6 - Rules of Construction Applicable Only to Wills
§ 15-11-602. Will May Pass All Property and After-Acquired Property

Universal Citation: CO Code § 15-11-602 (2021)

A will may provide for the passage of all property the testator owns at death and all property acquired by the estate after the testator's death.

History. Source: L. 94: Entire part R&RE, p. 1003, § 3, effective July 1, 1995.

Editor's note:

This section is similar to former § 15-11-604 as it existed prior to 1995.


After-acquired property may pass by will. Unless a testator clearly shows an intention to not convey after-acquired property, all the property of which he died seized passes by the will. Woodward v. Woodward, 33 Colo. 457 , 81 P. 322 (1905) (decided under repealed laws antecedent to CSA, C. 176, § 40).

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