Cohabitation Agreements Elgin & Morayshire
If you are a couple who are thinking of moving in together or have been living together in a committed relationship for years and have chosen not to enter marriage or a civil partnership, you should consider legally recognising your rights through a cohabitation agreement.
What is a Cohabitation Agreement?
Considering entering a cohabitation agreement with a partner can provide numerous benefits to both individuals. Its purpose is chiefly to deal with what should happen in the (hopefully unlikely) event that the relationship breaks down or in the event of the death of one the couple. A cohabitation agreement tailored to your needs can be as detailed or as simple as you would like. It can address issues like payment of household expenditure or who should retain particular assets in the event of a separation. Cohabitation agreements can not only offer protection but also peace of mind.
Our experienced team of lawyers, based in Elgin & Morayshire, as well as the Highland & Islands, regularly advises couples on cohabitation across the North of Scotland including Thurso, Caithness, Moray, Nairn, Ross-shire, Skye, Stornoway, Sutherland and Orkney.
We're here to help you plan for the future
Please get in touch with us on 01463 795 035 or click here to complete our Family Enquiry form for more information about cohabitation and how we can assist you. Our initial discussion is free of charge and we will then discuss all the options with you and help you choose the best path for your circumstances.
Your Local Expert Family Lawyers
Grant provides family law services across the North of Scotland including Elgin, Morayshire and the Highlands and Islands. He provides advice on all aspects of family law, most commonly involving separation and divorce, financial provision, child maintenance, cohabitation, pre & post nuptial agreements, cohabitation agreements, residence, contact, relocation, adoption and protective remedies. He firmly believes that it can be advantageous for individuals to resolve their disputes without the use of litigation in the first instance. Find out more.
Natalie provides advice on all aspects of family law, including child contact and residence disputes, adoption, separation, divorce, dissolution of civil partnerships, pre and post nuptial agreements and cohabitation. Natalie understands that seeking advice about family matters can often be difficult, however, she works closely with clients to understand their circumstances and what they wish to achieve. Find out more.