Yes. Registered domestic partners may dissolve their partnership. In 2008, the law used to divide property and debts was applied to domestic partners. In 2012, partners in a state registered domestic partnership were able to marry. Additionally, state-registered domestic partnerships
IF WE WERE NEVER MARRIED BUT LIVED TOGETHER, CAN THE COURT DIVIDE OUR PROPERTY AND DEBTS?
Yes. Washington State does not have a common law marriage law; however, if the parties agree (or court finds) that they have lived together essentially like a married couple, the court applies the same principles used to divide property and