Fairfax Domestic Partnership Attorneys
Today's family dynamic is much different than it was a generation ago. It is no longer uncommon for heterosexual or same-sex couples to choose to live together in a domestic environment. Whether a couple decides not to marry or is legally unable to do so, it is important to establish legal boundaries by which the relationship or possible dissolution will be governed. At MacDowell Law Group, P.C., our Fairfax domestic partnership attorneys advise clients in civil unions as to their options surrounding the establishment or termination of domestic partnership agreements.
Just because you are not married does not mean that your family's issues are any less important. Contact our Fairfax family law lawyers online or call (703) 277-2811 to schedule an appointment to discuss your situation.
Domestic Partnership Agreements
Similar to prenuptial agreements, a domestic partnership agreement may aid in easing disputes during the end of a relationship. A comprehensive domestic partnership agreement can be written to define child custody and visitation obligations, as well as child support obligations and claims to various assets.
In addition to drafting domestic partnership agreements, the attorneys at MacDowell Law Group, P.C., review existing agreements to ensure the documents are legally sound and meet our clients' needs.
Dissolution of Domestic Partnership Agreements
Couples in domestic partnerships who wish to dissolve their relationship face many of the same issues as those involved in divorce. Taking the proactive step of establishing a domestic partnership agreement can often help to avoid contentious disputes over property division, such as those involving:
- Household furnishings
- Real estate holdings
- Stocks and other investments
If you and your partner do not have a formal domestic partnership agreement in place that specifies how assets are to be divided, our lawyers can help you negotiate a settlement that protects your interests, as well as those of any children involved.
Contact Our Fairfax Civil Union Attorneys
We will work closely with you to set reasonable expectations in regards to establishing or dissolving a civil union. Contact our Fairfax domestic partnership lawyers online or call (703) 277-2811 to schedule an initial consultation to discuss your situation.
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