When terminating your domestic partnership, the property and assets acquired during your union are classified as community property. When determining division of property, you have the same legal rights and obligations as married couples. You are also held to the same standard of fiduciary duty.
We can have a forensic accountant evaluate and trace your partnership property, and we can help determine which assets are shared and which are separate property.
In discussing your situation, we can help you decide if a domestic partnership is in your best legal and financial interest. If necessary, we can draft a cohabitation agreement if that would better fit your situation.