Committed Intimate Relationship Attorney Kirkland

Committed intimate relationships are viewed differently than marriages or registered domestic partnerships as there is no legal recognition of the relationship. However, this does not mean that persons in a committed intimate relationship do not have recourse in a court of law. For more in-depth information, contact our Committed Intimate Relationship Attorney in Kirkland at Eagle Law Offices, P.S.

Washington provides relief for undocumented couples through the court’s equitable powers. The courts will look at a variety of factors first to determine that a committed intimate relationship exists before making a determination in your case.

Eagle Law Offices, P.S. is an experienced, compassionate firm that is committed to your cause and a successful resolution to your committed intimate relationship requirements.

If you are interested in speaking to our Committed Intimate Relationship Attorney in Kirkland about your specific circumstances, call Eagle Law Offices, P.S. at 1-877-579-0650 for a free telephone consultation. You may also opt for a confidential meeting by scheduling an appointment.

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