I have been cohabitation with my daughters father for past 20 years , 3 years ago we filed a domestic partnership agreement , we live in nv.
Our daughter is now 20 yrs old. We own 2 Homes one in nv and one in Utah. Both Homes in joint tenancy. He was major breadwinner but I did work also. My main question is could I be entitled to marital assets like portion of 20 year pension for the time frame we cohabitated? I know during the domestic partnership timeframe but what about the years living together? We pooled bills but had a joint checking acct only briefly , mostly seperate checking and savings accounts but all household bills in both our names..
1 Answer from Attorneys
These cases are HIGHLY fact specific. See the resources posted on our palimony and cohabitation page, at http://www.willicklawgroup.com/palimonycohabitation/. Especially the article talking about the "Coming Convergence of Marital and Noon-Marital Relationships." We have previously made successful claims for a portion of pensions earned during such relationships. If you wish to schedule a consultation to go over all the facts and circumstances of your case, please call during regular business hours.