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Standard Co-habitation Agreement

Cohabiting couples, who live together but are not married or in a civil partnership, are the fastest growing family type in the world.


Cohabiting couples can enter into what’s called a “cohabitation agreement” in order to avoid the legal uncertainty that may follow a relationship breakdown.


In order to protect their interests, the couple may use a cohabitation agreement, sometimes called a Living Together agreement. This is a flexible, bespoke agreement that couples considering cohabiting or those who have lived together for many years can use.


The agreement generally deals with a number of key areas: who owns what at the start of the relationship; how any property acquired during the relationship will be owned; financial arrangements during the relationship and how property, assets and income should be divided if the relationship ends.



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