Committed Intimate Relationship Attorney Tacoma

A committed intimate relationship is similar to a marriage except that the couple is not lawfully married. Partners who have been in a long term, committed intimate relationship may have recourse in the courts even though there is no legal recognition of their relationship as a marriage or registered domestic partnership. Learn more from the Committed Intimate Relationship Attorney in Tacoma at Eagle Law Offices, P.S.

Washington provides relief for undocumented couples through the court’s equitable powers. Our Seattle-based firm can provide valuable guidance and legal counsel throughout Washington for this unique situation.

Consult with the professionals at Eagle Law Offices, P.S. Our Committed Intimate Relationship Attorney in Tacoma is available by calling 1-877-579-0650. You can receive a free telephone conference. For your convenience we provide both flat fee and retainer services. We look forward to discussing your case.


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