Cohabitation Asset Divisions

King County Property Division Attorney

In today's society, it has become more common than ever for couples to share a home and a life without entering into marriage. Unfortunately, unmarried couples are subject to the same pressures and struggles as wedded couples, and often experience hardship and separation. When undergoing such a split, the guidance of an experienced Bothell cohabitation dissolution attorney can be invaluable in helping you traverse any legal issues relating to the end of your relationship.

At the Law Office of Richard J. Moore, our lawyer leverages more than 30 years of experience and a detailed knowledge of Washington family law guidelines to offer guidance to unmarried or meretricious couples throughout the Bothell area. With your best interests in mind, we strive to help you address any legal issues resulting from the dissolution of your relationship in an effort to help you move forward to the next chapter in your life as quickly and painlessly as possible.

Comprehensive Cohabitation Dissolution Guidance

We represent unmarried people wishing to exercise their rights under Washington's cohabitation law, which refers to the division of assets and liabilities acquired during the course of a marriage-like relationship.

Representing traditional couples who have shared a home, income and expenses, we strive to help you address the various issues relating to the dissolution of your relationship, including:

  • Division of community property
  • Investigation of shared assets and prerelationship assets
  • Division of liabilities and debt
  • Paternity proceedings
  • Parenting and support issues

While your proceedings may seem similar to the divorce process, cohabitation dissolution often involves many unique issues that require the attention of an experienced lawyer.

Whether you wish to pursue resolutions to your disputes amicably through negotiation or mediation, or feel that court intervention is needed to resolve your issues, our experience allows us to provide the guidance you need to traverse your proceedings in the most efficient and comfortable manner possible.

Contact our office online or call 425-482-0700 to discuss your specific cohabitation dissolution concerns.