To obtain further information about when you should consider entering into a Cohabitation Agreement, download the guide below.
A Cohabitation Agreement is an agreement for unmarried partners that sets out who owns what and in what proportion. It records how you will split your property, its contents, personal belongings, savings and other assets should the relationship break down.
It can cover how you will support your children, over and above any legal requirement to maintain them, as well as how you would deal with bank accounts, debts, and joint purchases such as a car.
The Agreement can also be used to clarify how co-habiting couples will mange day to day finances whilst they are together.
For further information please download our guide or contact one of our solicitors.
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