Committed Intimate Relationship Attorney Bellevue

Though there is no legal recognition of a committed intimate relationship in Washington, couples may have recourse in a court of law. If you are involved in a committed intimate relationship and would like to learn about your legal options in this situation, contact the Committed Intimate Relationship Attorney in Bellevue at Eagle Law Offices, P.S.

Couples in a committed intimate relationship do not need to be registered as living in a domestic partnership or be married in order to have options in court. This is due to Washington’s equitable powers, which allow undocumented couples to legally seek relief.

Speak to our Committed Intimate Relationship Attorney in Bellevue in a free telephone consultation at 1-877-579-0650. Confidential consultations are also available in our office. We offer both retainer and flat free services to enable you to effectively receive the representation you need and deserve in a committed intimate relationship dispute in court.

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