If you aren’t planning on marrying but would like to protect your rights should your relationship break down, then you should consider a living together agreement.
Today, more and more couples are deciding to live together without getting married. If you live with your partner but are unmarried, then no matter how long you have been together, you do not have the same rights as married couples and you may have little legal protection if you split up. Most cohabiting couples who live together do not have a written agreement governing their rights, but virtually all of them should.
At Coodes we have a team of expert lawyers who will advise you about the right agreement for your situation and guide you through the process to ensure you are protected should anything go wrong.
from £250 GBP
All prices are exclusive of VAT and any expenses we may have to make on your behalf.
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