Our team of expert family lawyers have a wealth of experience creating cohabitation agreements and can advise you on all aspects of drafting and entering into a cohabitation agreement. We can also provide advice if you are already living with your partner and want to formalise your arrangements.
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A cohabitation agreement is a legal contract between two people who are living together in a committed relationship. The agreement sets out each person's rights and responsibilities during the relationship and what will happen if the relationship should come to an end.
A cohabitation agreement can cover many different topics, such as financial support, property ownership and decision-making about children. Couples often choose to create a cohabitation agreement because they want to have greater clarity and certainty about their rights and obligations during the relationship
Creating a cohabitation agreement is a good way to protect yourself and your partner in the event that your relationship ends. It can also help to prevent misunderstandings or conflict over important issues while you are still together. If you are considering creating a cohabitation agreement, you should talk to a lawyer to make sure that the agreement is legal and enforceable in your jurisdiction.