Protect your current and future interest, with support from our specialist Cohabitation Agreement Solicitors.
As the law stands, there are only two solutions for cohabiting couples who want legal protection should they split up. These are either to marry or enter a civil partnership, or to draw up a cohabitation agreement. This is otherwise known as a living together agreement.
These agreements can be extremely useful. In addition to recording financial arrangements, they will also set out your wishes relating to future childcare arrangements. Should your relationship come to an end, the right cohabitation agreement can serve to minimise unnecessary conflict and avoid legal disputes.
At Brockbanks, we will create a comprehensive cohabitation agreement designed to fit your personal circumstances.