Committed Intimate Relationship Attorney Everett

A committed intimate relationship is a steady, marital-like relationship where both partners live together while knowing that they are not legally married. A competent Committed Intimate Relationship Attorney in Everett from Eagle Law Offices, P.S. can guide you with the legal intricacies of this unique partnership.

Couples who have been in a committed intimate relationship for a long time may have recourse in a court of law even though there is no legal recognition of their relationship. As Washington provides relief for undocumented couples through the court’s equitable powers, partners in committed intimate relationships may also benefit.

Through our hands-on approach, our professional staff can walk you through the process of applying for the establishment of a committed intimate relationship. Documentation, specific factors, and determination of property will need to be provided to the courts in order to reach this status legally.

To speak to our Committed Intimate Relationship Attorney in Everett about your specific situation and the legal ramifications involved, contact Eagle Law Offices, P.S. at 1-877-579-0650. We offer a complimentary telephone consultation or you may make an appointment for a private conference in our office. To learn more about our firm and our services, visit our blog and FAQ page.


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