Unmarried couples cohabitating together for long periods of time may want to establish legally enforceable agreements with respect to property division in case of a future separation.
If you have been in an unmarried partnership for many years, you may have rights to property that was mutually acquired during the relationship. Our attorneys can provide personalized advice regarding what your rights are to property held by either party during the partnership.
If you and your partner are separating and have a child together, paternity must be established before the court will order custody and parenting time. Contact our law office to discuss your case with our knowledgeable attorneys and ensure your parental rights and property are protected after a breakup.