Cohabitation Agreement UK Solicitors located in Manchester, London and Birmingham
More and more couples are deciding to move in together (co-habit) rather than getting married. This brings all kinds of positives to include not having the cost or stress of a huge wedding.
However, law in the UK is still quite out-dated when it comes to co-habiting. Indeed, those couples that choose to live together and do not have a co-habitation agreement in place, could have little or no rights upon separation.
That’s why it’s best to seek legal advice if you’re thinking of co-habiting or buying a property together.
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Our UK offices are located in Manchester, Birmingham and London.