If you need cohabitation advice in Birmingham, we can assist. Our professional family lawyers have years of experience in dealing with a variety of matters relating to cohabitation and living together, and we can help you gain a clearer picture of your legal position. Contact us today to learn how we can help you by calling us on 01217 563 381.
Cohabitation Advice Birmingham
If you are cohabiting as a couple, you may be legally ‘cohabiting’. Contrary to popular belief, living together with a partner does not result in ‘common law marriage’, and does not, after a particular length of time, give you the very same rights as a married couple or as civil partners. This is where difficulty, confusion, and stress can arise in between cohabiting couples.
Cohabitation does supply specific legal rights, however, to obtain clarity in what they are, or to impose these rights, you have to seek advice from a specialist family lawyer. You may also need recommendations regarding whether you are in fact cohabitants under the law.
We understand how challenging family and relationship matters can be, and so we offer a friendly and understanding service with an emphasis on fixing your legal troubles quickly and with as little disturbance to your life as possible. Our professional lawyers have dealt with a great number of cohabitation cases and can provide you with a clear sign of your legal position and the next steps you can take. To work with our dedicated team, contact us today.
Cohabitation Agreement Lawyers Birmingham
A cohabitation agreement is a contract entered into between two people who live together. It sets out how property, assets and money would be split if the couple separate at some point in the future. This can be particularly useful when a couple are buying a house together and one party contributes more to the purchase price than the other.
Separations are usually stressful and upsetting and a cohabitation can help to make this time easier.
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