Kentucky Domestic Partnership: Planning for the Future
In today’s society, there are many different types of relationships. The relationship you have with your significant other or your life partner may require a cohabitation agreement, a domestic partnership agreement, or, if you and your life partner have decided that one of you will be a biological parent and bring a child into the relationship, you may require a co-parenting agreement.
The law does not always keep up with society’s changing relationships. It is important for you and your partner to establish a contractual agreement before:
- Cohabitating with each other;
- Entering into a domestic partnership; and/or
- Choosing to raise a child between the two of you.
A domestic partnership agreement can help eliminate unnecessary conflict if your relationship comes to an end. This agreement can also provide a sense of security to your partner in raising a non-biological child as his/her own child or provide a sense of security for your partner in raising his/her biological child with you as the non-biological parent.
Contact Jackson Family Law
If you are in a domestic partnership and would like to discuss the possibility of entering into a cohabitation agreement, domestic partnership agreement and/or a co-parenting agreement, please call Northern Kentucky Family Lawyer Ruth Jackson at (859) 291-8055 to schedule a consultation or contact us on-line.