If you are thinking about buying a property with a partner, and are not married, speak to our specialist cohabitation solicitors about entering into a cohabitation agreement.
A cohabitation agreement is a legal document between unmarried couples who are living together. It sets out arrangements for finances, property and children both whilst you’re living together and if the relationship breaks down.
A cohabitation agreement can be made at any time but life events such as moving in together, getting a mortgage or having a child are often times when people feel like they want to get some legal certainty.
We can help you and you should also make a will alongside a cohabitation agreement and our specialist wills department can help.