San Francisco Domestic Partnership Dissolution Attorney

When you register a domestic partnership in California, you are granted the same legal rights in the state as any other married couple. Unfortunately, that means you usually face the same legal complications of divorce if your relationship comes to an end.

In a limited number of circumstances, domestic partnerships can be easily broken off with only a Notice of Termination filed with the California Secretary of State. The only situations this will work for though are those relationships that are under five years in length and do not involve children, real estate or large amounts of property.

Most partnership dissolutions will require a skilled San Francisco domestic partnership dissolution attorney to help sort out any complicated issues. These dissolutions require division of property, allocation of debt, child custody, alimony, child support and more. If one partner had a child from an existing relationship, the other partner may still be able to negotiate legal visitation rights to the child based on a substantial parental bond.

If your partnership has come to an end, please call The Law Offices of Randall A. Richmond to speak with an experienced San Francisco family attorney. We are experts in the areas of family law and divorce and will be happy to discuss your options with you.

870 Market Street, Suite 1263
San Francisco, CA 94102
Phone: 415-701-8300