Caring solicitors who can help you draft a cohabiting agreement for
Living with your partner is an exciting time, but it can also be filled with tension. If you are not married and planning on moving in together or are already sharing space without being legally bound to each other through marriage, then consider getting a cohabitation agreement so that any issues will not come between the two of you later!
A cohabitation agreement can be a great way to establish the financial terms of your relationship and to protect your personal assets, such as investments and property.
As the courts now understand that many couples choose to cohabit outside marriage or civil partnership, you will be able to use this agreement as proof of what was intended if your relationship ends in divorce or separation.
Our family law solicitors at Freeman Harris can advise you on the best choices for you, should you wish to draw up a cohabitation agreement or revisit a previous one.
We will make sure that both partners can feel satisfied with how things are going between them and still have peace of mind knowing what will happen if either one decides to break up. We will be there with you every step of the way until you reach a final agreement.
If you would like us to provide advice and guidance on drafting a cohabitation agreement, please contact us, and we will outline the service we can offer, and the associated costs.
Catherine (Cat) carries out a broad range of private client work which include the all family law related work. Her expertise is in resolving family law matters.
Isabel assists the family law department with all the initial information gathering and research work, which helps drive the department to get fair results for clients.
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