If you are living together, our family solicitors protect you by drafting an official cohabitation agreement that sets out how your affairs should be arranged – both now and in the future. It also dictates how your finances should be managed if you pass away or your relationship comes to an end.
We give those cohabiting legal advice on a host of issues including interests in property and business, as well as what might be best for your children.
Cohabitation agreements are particularly important when children are involved. If you go your separate ways your children’s future – where they will live and who will support them – should be clear.
We are skilled at writing agreements for people with varying needs in all kinds of circumstances. We listen carefully to your needs, understand your concerns and explain your options clearly and carefully.