Establishing or Dissolving Domestic Partnerships

Although there have been significant changes to the laws of domestic partnership in the state of Washington, Domestic Partnerships still exist and provide the same protections before new requirements enforced in 2014.

The attorneys of Magnuson Lowell, P.S. can answer your questions about establishing or dissolving a domestic partnership in Washington. We are committed to meeting the legal needs of our diverse clientele, including gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender couples.

We represent clients in Redmond, Bellevue and other nearby areas of Washington. To find out more, contact our firm to speak with a domestic partnership lawyer today.

Ready To Take The Next Step After Cohabitation?

Our firm can help you make decisions that will positively impact your interests and the interests of your family. A domestic partnership establishes many of the same legal rights and responsibilities as a marriage. As a domestic partner, you will be able to share a bank account with your partner and hold common property. You will be entitled to certain benefits when your partner is injured or if he or she dies. You will also have insurance rights as a domestic partner. Our firm's lawyers can explain other details about your rights as a domestic partner.

Dissolving A Domestic Partnership

Magnuson Lowell P.S. also assists clients in the dissolution of a domestic partnership. When a domestic relationship ends, partners will have to address issues relating to property division/equitable distribution, child custody, and child support. Our firm's attorneys will go over the details of your case to ensure that all of your personal and financial interests are protected when your domestic partnership is ending.

Contact Us To Learn Legal Options For Meretricious Relationships

To learn more about legal options for same-sex couples and those in a meretricious relationship, contact an experienced cohabitation attorney from our firm.