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Top of Page Requirements You and your partner may register to become a Domestic Partnership if you meet the following requirements: Top of Page Disclaimer for the List of Rights and Privileges Certain other rights and privileges are afforded to you as domestic partners.
The following is a summary of such rights and privileges, but the Office of the City Clerk makes no claims that the summary is exhaustive.
Top of Page Same Sex Marriage Information Same-sex marriage is now legal in all states and territories of the United States including the District of Columbia as per the Supreme Court's decision in the case of Lawfully married individuals, including individuals in same-sex marriages, are entitled to more New York State rights and benefits than those registered as domestic partners here in New York City.
If an individual lawfully enters into a same-sex marriage in a jurisdiction outside New York, they are entitled to most of the New York State rights and benefits available to people lawfully married in New York.
If they are successfully sued, the money in that joint account will be considered the child's assets and can be seized for payment.
Or, say you use the money in the account as collateral for a mortgage, then default on your payments.
After all, if one of the account holders is in trouble, say with debt collectors, the other account holder is also going to feel the pain.
Joint Accounts With Your Kid, Parent or Partner Say you have a joint account with your college-aged child and they are in a car wreck.
Even going back a century, you can find newspaper articles that include warnings from personal finance experts about such accounts.
If you are considering entering into a marriage in one of the jurisdictions listed above, it is recommended that you contact that jurisdiction beforehand in order to learn about any applicable marriage requirements or restrictions.
Top of Page Fee The fee to register a Domestic Partnership is by credit card or money order payable to the City Clerk.
One colleague of mine who recently got divorced is trying to do just that -- rather unsuccessfully.
"My husband and I had a joint account with Bank of America," she said. When we split, I agreed that I'd cut up my card and that would be it.