The purpose of a Domestic Partner Contract is to define the responsibilities of each partner within a domestic household. It does not, and cannot legally, apply to sexual responsibilities. Rather, this type of contract can spell out each partner’s financial contribution to the household or the other partner, each partner’s contribution of labor to the household, and the distribution and title of assets between the partners. It can provide for settlement of financial matters and distribution of assets if the couple dissolve their domestic partnership. Of course, a couple need not be gay, lesbian, bisexual, or transgendered to use a Domestic Partner Contract. The contract is not even limited to just two people. It can be used to define any domestic partnership and memorialize the roles and responsibilities of each partner.