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In the UK the law on couples who stay together whilst not married is wide and varied, in Scotland it was changed in 2006, cohabitation is becoming a more popular way for couples and families who are living together. This change covered cohabitation and the real need for legal cohabitation agreements being drawn up. These written legal agreements are based on what is the agreed arrangements for couples that are not married but are living together.
Legal cohabitation agreements are getting more popular with younger couples living together for the first time and couples who live together having been married before. A cohabitation agreement covers different subjects mainly for assets which the couple acquire jointly, during that time and which they use in their shared family home, no matter who spent most, everything that is bought in this way belongs to both partners equally and can include assets like cars and property or pets. Cohabitation agreements are more popular today than they ever were.
COHABITATION AGREEMENTS SALFORD – WHAT DO THESE AGREEMENTS COVER?
This type of agreement is popular for couples moving in together after another marriage and a very common way to live in this day and age. More than ever a cohabitation agreement is gaining in popularity. Legal Family law states that any money that is saved from housekeeping, or any household goods that are bought, regardless of who actually provided most of the money, each partner has an equal share in anything, including, investments, savings or cash.
If you are living together but you are not yet married, you should think about a legal cohabitation agreement and put an agreement or document in place as soon as possible. The dangers of not having a cohabitation agreement in place is that any co habitant can make a claim against the other within a year of the couple splitting AND if either feel they have been financially disadvantaged. In the United Kingdom family law also states that a cohabitant can make a legal claim to a share of their partner’s estate or assets in the event of a partners death – as long as their co-habiting partner did not make a legal will.
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If you are in a serious relationship and are a couple who live together and are not yet married, no matter the, situation, background or circumstances, you need to seriously think about getting a a legal cohabitation agreement drafted by a family lawyer. You will be very surprised to know that your relationship can benefit from having this type of agreement in place.
On the other hand, you may be have just split up from a partner who you were cohabiting with, our family solicitors in Salford, are here to help and give advice. Give them a call now and arrange an appointment to see one of our cohabitation agreement lawyers, just phone the number above or below or fill out a contact us form at the bottom of this page outlining what the current situation is.
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