Partners in Rhode Island can have the same legal rights as married couples through common law marriage. Michael Furtado of Furtado Legal Services understands the nuances of family law, so he can answer all of your questions about common law marriage.
It might help to understand the basics before meeting with attorney Michael Furtado. Unlike a conventional marriage, a common law marriage...
Partners in committed but non-marital relationships don't have the legal protections that spouses do. Should you and your partner separate, common law marriage would make it easier to negotiate property division and child custody.
Contact Furtado Legal Services today to speak with an experienced family attorney about your situation.