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Cohabitation Agreements

Cohabitation has become increasingly common in modern relationships, with the rate of marriage reducing each year. Nonetheless, many couples may not fully understand their legal rights and responsibilities when living together outside of marriage.

A cohabitation agreement is a legal document designed to provide clarity and security for unmarried couples who cohabit.

We can prepare comprehensive cohabitation agreements that address various aspects of their living arrangements and financial matters.

What is a Cohabitation Agreement?

A cohabitation agreement outlines the rights and obligations of unmarried couples who live together. It typically covers issues such as property ownership and financial contributions, and division of assets and debts, as well as arrangements for children in the event of separation. By establishing clear guidelines and expectations upfront, cohabitation agreements can help prevent disputes and protect each partner's interests in the event of separation or other unforeseen circumstances.

How can we assist you?

Ww will work closely with you to understand your unique circumstances and priorities. We can tailor a cohabitation agreement to suit your specific needs, ensuring that it accurately reflects your intentions and safeguards your rights.

Navigating the legal intricacies of cohabitation agreements can be daunting. We will provide comprehensive legal guidance and explain the implications of different clauses and provisions, empowering you to make informed decisions that align with your best interests.

We are here to provide the legal support and guidance you need to navigate the complexities of cohabitation agreements with confidence and peace of mind.

Contact us

To arrange a preliminary consultation with our family law and divorce solicitors, or to find out how we can support you, please send us an emailcomplete our online enquiry form or call us on 020 7183 8950.

 

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