Although Florida now recognizes same-sex marriage and divorce, couples still have the option to establish domestic partnerships to legally protect themselves in a manner similar to marriage.
Domestic partnership is a contractual agreement protecting the rights of the two partners as a couple. It is important to be educated thoroughly on your options so that you can lay a framework to legally protect the commitment you have made to one another.
“By establishing a domestic partnership couples can begin the process of planning for the future, combining wealth, and building a family through adoption. Some employers may also provide benefits to the domestic partner as they would to other members of an employee’s family, including healthcare in some situations,” says board certified marital and family law attorney, Charles D. Jameison.
Upholding family rights and defending against injustices, the Law Firm of Charles D. Jameison, P.A., can help you face the allegations head-on with a will, determination and perseverance you need to fight for your life and freedom.