CoHabitationBreakUpWisconsin does not offer a legal framework for domestic partnerships, therefore unmarried couples living together do not have the same rights as married couples. This can lead to complex legal disputes concerning property, assets and child custody when the relationship ends.

Today, as more people live together prior to marriage, it is increasingly important for couples to complete cohabitation or domestic partnership agreements in order to protect their rights in the event the relationship ends. Tlusty, Kennedy and Dirks, S.C. can help protect the rights of cohabitating couples by developing legal agreements that address similar rights and protections provided to Wisconsin’s married couples.

Learn more about your rights in a domestic partnership. Please call 715-359-3188 or fill out the form below or call 715-359-3188

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