Cohabitation Agreements Solicitors

Moving in together is a great occasion however, you may want to try to regulate what will happen in terms of financial matters in the event that your relationship breaks down. 

Cohabitation Agreements can help you achieve this and are popular with those entering into relationships were either party already have substantial assets such as a house or large savings, and where there are children involved who's interest you are trying to protect.

We are able to offer you a personalised and bespoke solution to help deal with any unique situations that you may have, including property, assets and other liabilities. Our experts have many years experience in this field.

The Legal Requirements for Cohabitation Agreements:

  • Your partner must be prepared to take independent legal advice.
  • You must be prepared to fully disclose your financial position to your partner and vice versa.
  • You must both be able to agree upon the contents of the document.
  • The agreement must be fair and neither party should be under any undue pressure to enter into it.
  • You will need to think about whether you intend to have any children in the future as this could affect the chances of the Agreement being upheld.
  • You should appreciate that a Cohabitation Agreement will not necessarily be legally binding although adhering to the above requirements will increase the chances of it being upheld in the future.

Get in touch with our friendly team today to see if we can help.


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