Cohabitation Agreements

Often parties decide to live together but do not marry and when their relationship breaks down, they are often surprised that they do not have the same rights as married couples. The finances and assets are not divided in the same way as married couples

If you are deciding to move in together, our solicitors can advise you on how to protect your interests by entering into a Cohabitation Agreement, which allows the parties to set out what should happen to their property and assets should they split up. Cohabitation Agreements are legally binding and enforceable.