Domestic Partnership Attorney in Granite Bay
Understand How California Family Code Applies to You
Partners who reside in California may decide to establish a legal domestic
partnership to protect their rights and reinforce their commitment without
legal marriage. One of the most important aspects of a domestic partnership
is determining who qualifies for it. Partners of the same sex or those
over 62 years of age, of the same or opposite sex, can establish that
their relationship qualifies them for a legal domestic partnership.
The California Family Code establishes that the following people may establish
a domestic partnership:
- Adults over age 18 of the same sex or if one partner is over age 62 they
may be opposite sex partners
- Partners who share the same residence and are eligible for marriage (i.e.
are not married to someone else or too closely blood-related)
Why Is Retaining a Domestic Partnership Attorney Necessary?
Legal representation is highly recommended for any person or partners entering
into any type of legal relationship that involves the state. Our attorneys
at Myers Family Law in Granite Bay have extensive knowledge in the area
of domestic partnership and we strive to do everything in our power to
ensure your satisfaction.
At Myers Family Law, our domestic partnership lawyers:
- Work directly with our clients to uphold their rights throughout the entire process
- Use our extensive experience and knowledge to walk our clients through
all paperwork and procedures
- Have an extensive track record of being able to achieve the goals our clients
seek in the courtroom
Call Myers Family Law for a low-cost 30-Minute Consultation
In domestic partnership proceedings, we understand that attaining a domestic
partnership or dissolution of a domestic relationship can be stressful
and confusing. The Placer County divorce lawyers at Myers Family Law take
this to heart while working on each individual case.
Our Granite Bay family law attorneys are knowledgeable, experienced, and
empathetic to your case and fight aggressively for your rights. When going
divorce, we stay committed to making the experience as positive as possible for
your family’s best interest and fulfilling future.
Call our Granite Bay
domestic partnership attorneys today at (916) 634-0067 to discuss your
domestic partnership rights during a
low-cost 30-minute consultation.