Q: I want to know if someone in a domestic partnership moves out of state to help family, would that void the DP.
That person was still getting mail at the home with the partner in CA. That person was only gone for 6 months. The other person in the DP was suppose to eventually move to the one that was already out of state.
A: You posted this question here 3 times and I don't see anyone jumping to answer you, so I will give it a shot. If your DPS is memorialized in writing, you need to look at that to see how it applies to this situation. If it is not, then you need to discuss this with a family law attorney, there are plenty in Buena Park, and areas nearby. Several are listed here. Your question does not indicate what you are getting at? Are you trying to void the DPS? Are you trying to keep someone in a DPS that wants to leave? What is the point of your question? More information is needed to be able to evaluate it and you should not be providing some personal information on a public forum.
Take your situation to a Family Law Attorney.
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