Protect your future interests and get peace of mind, with an LGBT cohabitation agreement from Brockbanks.
As the law stands, the only solution for cohabiting couples who want legal protection should they split up is either to marry or enter a civil partnership, or to draw up a cohabitation agreement, otherwise known as a living together agreement. This applies regardless of the sex or gender identity of the couples.
These agreements can be extremely useful by recording financial arrangements, or wishes relating to future childcare arrangements. They are also useful in avoiding disputes at a later date if the relationship does break down.
Failure to have a cohabitation agreement in place can cause unnecessary confusion and conflict at an already emotional time.