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Essentially it’s an equitable situation where parties are trying to work out how best to divide their assets. There may be some nuances that are a little bit different with domestic partners, but at the end of the day the principles are primarily compatible with what we do in a family law case.
Los Angeles, CA family law attorney Robert W. Eisfelder talks the difference between a divorce and a domestic partnership dissolution. He explains that fundamentally, it is a matter of fairness as parties endeavor to determine the most suitable approach for dividing their assets. While there might be certain nuances specific to domestic partners, the underlying principles align closely with those applied in family law cases.