Terminating a domestic partnership is much like terminating a marriage. If a relationship has been irrevocably broken, couples are charged with the task of separating a once-shared life. Property that was acquired together must be divided. If children are a product of the relationship, sensitive decisions regarding child custody and visitation must be made.
Contact an Oregon domestic partnership attorney who can help you fully understand your rights.
McNeil & Goldstein is a Hillsboro, Oregon law firm that advises individuals of their rights during the dissolution of a domestic partnership. We counsel individuals on issues such as property division, child support, partner support, and child custody and parenting time. Our Oregon domestic partnership lawyers are acutely familiar with the laws that govern the dissolution of a domestic partnership.
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The property and assets acquired during the partnership are typically divided according to intent. Intent is most clear when there is a written agreement outlining the separation of property in the event of dissolution. Without such a document, intent must be proven by carefully evaluating the actions and intentions of both partners when property and assets were obtained. We advocate on behalf of our clients to ensure that the court makes an equitable judgment.
Children’s issues are determined in much the same way as in a traditional divorce. At McNeil & Goldstein, we recognize that every family situation is different. We help all couples realize their rights in the dissolution of a domestic partnership.
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If you and your partner wish to terminate your domestic partnership, you need an attorney who is well-versed in the peculiarities of domestic partnership law. For more information, or to discuss your specific case, contact McNeil & Goldstein in Hillsboro, Oregon. Call (503) 608-7850 for more information.