There is generally a misconception as to the rights of cohabiting couples, particularly on separation. There is no such thing as a common-law marriage. When you move in with a partner, it is advisable to seek legal advice to determine your individual position. Whether you rent a property, or own a property jointly or whatever your circumstances a written cohabitation agreement will minimise your financial risk should you separate.
Cohabitation Agreement Legal Advice
Speak to our lawyers today about your rights in cohabitation and separation. We are highly experienced family lawyers, who can guide you based on your individual circumstances, advising you fully of your options to ensure you and your family’s best interests are protected no matter what life throws at you.
Contact our Cohabitation & Family Law Solicitors, Reading, Portsmouth, Basingstoke, Guildford, Salisbury & Southampton
We are a down to earth firm of family law experts, with a friendly, human approach to legal services. We provide fair and workable solutions that put families first, with a particular focus on child law, we advise on all areas of family law, including financial disputes, prenuptials, divorce, separation and dissolution of civil partnerships. We are accredited members of the Law Society Children Panel and Resolution.
For guidance and representation on your family issues, speak to one of our team. Child Law Partnership have offices in Guildford, Basingstoke, Southampton, Portsmouth and Salisbury helping families across Hampshire, Surrey, Wiltshire, Reading and the surrounding areas. We offer a fixed fee initial appointment where you can receive full advice with a follow up in writing in order that you can consider your options. Give us a call on 01256630080 or complete our enquiry form.
Child Law Partnership have offices in Basingstoke, Guilford, Southampton and Salisbury serving clients across Hampshire, Surrey and Wiltshire.