More and more couples are entering long-term relationships without the formality of marriage.
The ‘common law’ husband or wife is not recognised as a legal status in the UK and it is therefore important to know where you stand as a co-habiting couple.
A Cohabitation Agreement can assist couples to divide assets should a relationship break down.
It is important for couples to identify who owns what at the start of any relationship and to sort out their joint intention with regard to current and potential future assets.
A Cohabitation Agreement is a practical and pragmatic step at the start of a relationship and brings certainty should the relationship break down.
For your free initial consultation contact our Cohabitation Agreement Solicitors.