Domestic partnership vs. marriage: What is the difference?

Domestic partnerships allow committed couples to legalize their relationship without putting a ring on it. Find out if it may be the right choice for you.

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Swara Ahluwalia

by Swara Ahluwalia

Swara has over six years of writing experience in the software, manufacturing, and small business segments. When she ...



Updated on: May 20, 2024 · 8 min read

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