Expert Cohabitation Solicitors with a wealth of experience In Manchester And London, UK
If you and your partner have decided to take your relationship to the next level and move in together we can draft a cohabitation agreement to make each of your financial responsibilities transparent and clear.
A cohabitation agreement is when an unmarried couple sign an agreement which can cover a range of issues such as rent, mortgage, bills and bank accounts. The main reason for these arrangements is to prevent financial issues that may arise from moving in together and also prevent problems should you decide to split up.
A cohabitation agreement is best put together before a couple move in as this sets out all the financial responsibilities and allows them to be agreed before a couple live together. However, a cohabitation agreement can be drafted at any point, this maybe due to a change in circumstances.
How Our Family Solicitors Can Help
With our experienced family solicitors, we can provide our services for you and your partner to enter into a cohabitation agreement, which allows you to start your new living arrangement with your loved one without the worry of financial complications in the future.
If you are unhappy with your current agreement our team of cohabitation agreement solicitors are willing to help advise on your agreement and what your options maybe. We will treat all information in the strictest of confidents.
Contact Our Cohabitation Agreement Solicitors in Manchester & London
If you would like to speak to one of our cohabitation agreement solicitors then please complete our online contact form here or send an email to us at [email protected] and one of our lawyers shall call you back.
Alternatively, please call our cohabitation agreement solicitors on 0330 127 8888 for a free no obligation discussion.
Monarch Solicitors is a leading UK law firm with specialist cohabitation agreement solicitors ready to offer their expertise. Our award-winning Manchester solicitors, London solicitors and Birmingham solicitors offer their legal expertise nationally and internationally.
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If you are an unmarried couple you have no right to your partner’s pension, however, this can change depending on the cohabitation agreement.
In this situation, both partners will have equal access to this account, because of this each partner can withdraw money without the other one’s consent.
If the event of marriage the partners can either end the arrangement for the agreement or you can set up a prenup when heading into your marriage.
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