Legal Question in Medical Leave in Texas

Do I have any financial n support rights if I leave my fiance, with I have been w/ the past 4 years?

Asked on 8/08/11, 9:45 am

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Mark Dunn Mark D. Dunn
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Define "been w/".

Did you live together and represent yourselves to others as being married? In Texas, that's a marriage, and you can sue for divorce.

Otherwise, you don't have any particular "rights," except to keep your own property (furniture, guns, etc.).

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Answered on 8/09/11, 6:09 am

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