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Legal rights and obligations can arise at any stage of a relationship, in any kind of relationship and at any stage of life–from a single encounter resulting in the conception of a child to a late-in-life cohabitation arrangement. Legal rights and obligations arise at birth and may extend beyond death. Many people believe they know their rights and obligations based on what they’ve heard from friends and family members or what they’ve seen on television and in the media. But legal rights and obligations depend on the specific facts in each situation and are variable depending on the details. They change over time as the circumstances of our lives and relationships change. In every kind of relationship, whether business or family, rights can end if you fail to act on them in a timely way, obligations–especially financial obligations–can spin out of control if you ignore them. Contractual and parenting arrangements can be difficult to change if you make an agreement “just for now” but it’s not really what you want. Get advice about your rights and obligations from an experienced legal professional and book your consultation now.