The law for couples who live together (known as ‘cohabitees’) is not the same as for married couples and Civil Partners. There is no such thing as a ‘common law husband’ or ‘common law wife’. Should the relationship break down, it can be a long and expensive process to deal with the family home, contents and other matters.
It is advisable to enter into a Living Together Agreement either before you begin living together or soon afterwards, so you both have a clear document outlining with what happens if you ever decide to part company.We can help you by preparing a Living Together Agreement and offer a free initial 30 minute no obligation consultation to discuss your circumstances.
Following the consultation, we’ll provide you with a fixed fee to prepare your Living Together Agreement.