Agreements

A cohabitation, or living together agreement, allows you to establish the responsibilities of each party and what rights they have.  They can be particularly useful if a property is being purchased in one person’s name only.  It can include the shares of the property, how rent/mortgage should be paid, how bills can be split, and what happens to the property on relationship breakdown.  It can also be useful if there are children of the relationship as it can address what will happen to the children in the event of relationship breakdown.

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