Planning to move in together?

By: Hudson Family Law  03/20/2014
Keywords: Divorce Law, Family Lawyer, Estate Lawyer

Did you know that in the State of Florida if you allow someone to establish their domicile by using your address to receive mail, list on a driver’s license, voter’s registration card, federal tax returns, or for a myriad of other official purposes, they have an absolute right to live at that location indefinitely unless they voluntarily choose to vacate. At Hudson Family Law, we can help you draw the legal boundaries you need by creating a domestic partnership agreement to protect your home, your rights, and your cash flow.

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