Living with your partner but not married? We can help you protect your rights and finances as an unmarried couple living together.
If you have no plans to get married but you and your partner are thinking of moving in together, before you take that next step, you may wish to consider a co-habitation agreement as a way of protecting your rights and finances should you later split-up.
Are you looking for the best co-habitation agreement solicitor?
As a co-habiting couple, you do not have the same rights and protections as a married couple which leaves you open to lengthy disagreements and costly legal disputes after a break-up.
JD Spicer Zeb Solicitors, in London have been representing couples across the UK, for many years, helping them to secure their rights and assets with a co-habitation agreement that works best for them.
Why choose JD Spicer Zeb’s co-habitation agreement solicitors?
Our dedicated team of co-habitation agreement solicitors offer a personal and bespoke service to match your individual circumstances and unique relationship dynamic.
We will discuss your concerns, advise you on issues to consider and explain your rights and options in a clear, concise and jargon free way.
We will be on hand to guide and support you in a way that will help you reach all the important decisions necessary to ensure your relationship has the right protections. Our aim will be to help you find the right solution that will achieve a satisfactory and fair outcome for everyone involved.
How can JD Spicer Zeb’s co-habitation agreement solicitors help me?
A Co-habitation Agreement, or a Living Together Agreement as it is sometimes referred to, is a formal agreement that sets out the financial terms of your relationship, helping you to avoid any conflict, financial difficulties or future problems in your relationship.
By drawing up an agreement, you create greater certainty and clarity about who will take responsibility for what, in respect of assets and finances and living arrangements such as:
- Property Rights
- Custody of Pets
- Care of Children
- Shared Assets
- Rent Payments
- Mortgage Payments
- Shared Bank Accounts
- Life Insurance Policies
Making a co-habitation agreement before you begin living together is a wise and prudent step to safeguard your personal assets, property and investments, giving you confidence and peace of mind when moving forward in your relationship.
Whilst it is best to make a co-habitation agreement before you formally live together, if you have already moved in with your partner it is not too late to make an agreement to formalise your living and financial arrangements. Even if you and your partner have lived together for decades, you can still benefit from drawing up an agreement with us today.
Contact our co-habitation agreement solicitors today
For specialist advice and guidance on how a co-habitation agreement could work for you, please do not hesitate to contact our dedicated team of co-habitation agreement lawyers in London on telephone:
- Camden Office: 020 7624 7771
Or email: email@example.com
Alternatively, you can fill out our quick online enquiry form and we will get back to you, as soon as possible.