Cohabitation Agreements Lawyers Edinburgh
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Cohabitation Agreements Edinburgh
You should strongly consider putting in place a cohabitation agreement if you are thinking of moving in with your partner or have been living with your partner for some time and have decided not to get married or enter a civil partnership.
A cohabitation agreement's purpose is to primarily deal with what should happen in unfortunate and unforeseen events such as your partner passing away or your relationship breaking down. The agreement is tailored to your individual needs and covers situations including asset distribution in the event of separation.
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Please get in touch with our Law Society of Scotland Accredited Specialists on 0131 247 2556, for more information about our cohabitation agreements service or click here to complete our Family Enquiry form.
Our Expert & Accredited Family Lawyers in Edinburgh
Karen is a highly experienced family law solicitor who is accredited by the Law Society of Scotland as a specialist in family law and also as a family law mediator. She is trained in Collaborative Practice. Karen holds a dual qualification in Scots and English law. Karen has extensive experience over the spectrum of family law case types, including financial provision and divorce cases; cohabitation cases; pre-nuptial and pre-cohabitation agreements; child-related cases, including those with an international element and child abduction related matters. Find out more.
Rachael is accredited by the Law Society of Scotland as a specialist in family law. She deals with all aspects of family law, including financial provision on divorce, the negotiation of pre-nuptial agreements, cohabitation issues, surrogacy and child-related matters, including relocation. She has a particular interest and expertise in high net worth financial provision on divorce cases and pre-nuptial agreements. Find out more.
Lynsey provides advice on all aspects of family law, including divorce & separation, financial provision on divorce, dissolution of civil partnerships, child residence and contact issues, actions in relation to parental rights and responsibilities, cohabitation claims, cohabitation agreements and pre- and post-nuptial agreements. She has a specific interest in adoption and has experience in running step-parent adoption cases in particular, as well as experience in running court actions in relation to surrogacy. Find out more.