Domestic Partnership Agreements in California
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Domestic partners have the same rights, protections, and obligations as
married couples under California law. Therefore, your relationship may
benefit from a domestic partnership agreement. In addition, same-sex couples
can benefit from having expectations spelled out in a domestic partnership
With 25+ years of experience,
Attorney Morris is qualified to handle your case. He is recognized by the State Bar of
California as a Certified
Family Law & Divorce Specialist and our firm is well-regarded by the surrounding
legal community. In addition, we maintain a 10.0 Rating on AVVO, have
been awarded by Super Lawyers® and have received a Top Attorney rating
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Speak with a Glendora domestic partnership lawyer about your case today.
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How We Can Help with a Domestic Partnership Agreement
Domestic partnership agreements can be tailored to meet your specific needs.
For example, if you and your partner want to enter into a domestic partnership
agreement to ensure the relationship is going to work out, you can set
terms in the agreement that can change with time.
If you want to enter into a domestic partnership agreement to ensure that
you and your partner maintain your separate wealth and property in the
event the relationship is terminated, that can also be arranged.
We can assist couples with a domestic partnership agreement, including
- Drafting a domestic partnership agreement
- Reviewing a domestic partnership agreement
- Litigating issues arising out of a domestic partnership agreement
Domestic partnership agreements can be entered into before a relationship
(similar to a pre-nuptial agreement) or entered into after a relationship
has been established (similar to a post-nuptial agreement).
We also handle domestic partnership adoptions whether it is a joint adoption,
adoption of a partner’s child or through surrogacy.
Speak with a Same Sex Couples Attorney in Glendora!
For additional information about domestic partner rights in California
or about domestic partnership agreements, please
schedule a confidential consultation by calling us at (626) 587-2677.
Our firm can provide you with experienced advice and representation.