If you are a member of a gay or lesbian couple and have established a legal California domestic partnership, it is necessary, if your relationship is ending, that you file a Termination of Domestic Partnership form. You and your partner may also need to go through a process of dissolution of partnership.
Attorneys at our Los Angeles firm, Stolar & Associates, offer the experience and the commitment to protect you and your family during this process. If you would like to speak with a lawyer about your situation, please contact our L.A. office to make arrangements for a free consultation.
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In California a same-sex couple registered as domestic partners and the couple's children are provided with the same rights and responsibilities of a traditional/heterosexual family. Dissolution of your partnership thus requires an agreement or court order that covers all elements traditionally associated with divorce:
- Division of community property, assets, and debt
- Duties of mutual financial support
- Child custody and visitation
- Child support
Our California domestic partnership lawyers provide advice and representation in domestic partnership dissolution proceedings and will ensure that you are able to maintain your relationship with your child and leave your domestic partnership with the property and support to which you are entitled after your separation.
It is also important to re-evaluate your estate plan in connection with dissolution of your partnership, seeing that your will, medical power of attorney, life insurance policies, and any trusts are revised to reflect your goals for you and your children. As family law attorneys, we will discuss all aspects of your termination of partnership and help you plan for a secure future for yourself and your children.
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If you want to talk to an attorney about protecting you and your family in the dissolution of a domestic partnership, please call us at 310.853.5115 or contact us today. Your first consultation is free.