A Cohabitation Agreement will define what you both want your financial arrangements to be if you decide to stop living together. It can help you pre-determine issues such as:
An expertly prepared Cohabitation Agreement will help you avoid misunderstandings, conflict, and expensive legal costs if your relationship ends.
When created with professional guidance, a Cohabitation Agreement can help you embark on this new stage of your relationship with clarity, security, and mutual respect.
So whether you’re buying a home or renting an apartment and sharing expenses, it’s wise to sign a Cohabitation Agreement to protect your assets and income.
A Cohabitation Agreement prepared by an experienced family law lawyer will ensure that your contract reflects your unique financial relationship, protects your interests, and is legally binding. Using an online DIY Cohabitation Agreement is risky.
You fill out a simple questionnaire, then schedule an appointment for your telephone consultation.
Your personal consultation will allow you to discuss your concerns, get answers to your questions, and receive an agreement that is customized to your needs.
You will avoid the typical mistakes people make when using do-it-yourself prenups, paralegals, or junior lawyers.