Cohabitation agreements are becoming more widely used as more and more couples begin living together without being married. Cohabitees are now able to secure their rights by entering into an agreement so as to record what assets they are bringing into the relationship and how those assets are to be divided in the event of a separation or death.
A cohabitation agreement is crucial in order to record each party's interests and intentions and can reduce confusion in the future if the relationship breaks down.
"I would like to express my gratitude to Michelle Bird for representing me and being extremely professional, knowledgeable and very personable."Marisa Ruppersburg
Our family team has a vast amount of experience in drafting cohabitation agreements and is here to help and support a move forward that is as amicable as possible.
*Our family team offers both fixed fees and flexible pricing on pre- and post-nuptial agreements.
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