A Living Together Agreement is an option for couples living together who do not wish to get married or enter into a civil partnership. A Living Together Agreement will set down the terms of your cohabitation, including how much of the mortgage each partner pays and your contributions to household bills and other living expenses. You can also state what will happen to jointly owned property and other assets in the event of your relationship coming to an end.
Our family law solicitors can help you draft your living together agreement concerning matters including how much of the mortgage each partner pays and your contributions to household bills and other expenses in order to avoid any cohabitation disputes.
Cohabitation is increasingly popular and simply means that two people live together as partners without the formality of marriage or a civil partnership, mostly known as cohabiting couples. Our specialist family law solicitors can guide you through all aspects of cohabitation law, including your legal rights if your relationship should break down, and provide clear, practical advice on protecting your interests.
A cohabitation agreement sets out the legal position with regard to jointly owned property and other assets. Without a cohabitation agreement, a partner whose name does not appear on the title deed will have no legal rights to the property in the event of the relationship breaking down.
Your cohabitation agreement can encompass a number of aspects, such as:
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