You can enter into a cohabitation agreement with your partner. This defines matters such as your shares in property, responsibility for outgoings, ownership of personal property and provision on death. Provided the agreement is prepared with advice (or an acknowledgement of the opportunity to take advice) for both parties and there is no pressure brought to bear, a cohabitation agreement will clarify the arrangements between you and prevent future disputes. Our team will work with you and your partner on the agreement to make sure it has a bearing later, should your relationship break down.

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