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The law on cohabitating in the UK is wide and varied, for example in Scotland it was altered in 2006. It especially covered cohabitation agreements for a couple living together as cohabitation was getting more and more popular, significantly this would mean that things like household goods, paintings, furniture which they acquire during that time and which they use in their shared residence, are presumed to belong to them equally as well as cars and property. This in turn made cohabitation agreements more popular today than they ever were.
COHABITATION AGREEMENTS – WHAT DOES THIS COVER?
More than ever now cohabitation agreements are very popular. for example the law stats that any money that is saved from housekeeping, or if property is bought from housekeeping money, regardless of who provided the money or who provided most the money, cohabitants have equal right to share in that money or anything that was purchased with it. Which is why cohabitation agreements should be put in place. If the relationship was to break down, without a cohabitation agreement any co habitant can now make a claim against their partner within a year of splitting up especially if they feel that they have been financially disadvantaged as a result of the relationship breaking down. Family law also enables a cohabitant to claim a share of their partner’s estate and assets in the event of their death – this type of claim can only be made if their co-habiting partner did not make a will.
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COHABITATION AGREEMENTS – WILL I NEED ONE?
Anyone who is cohabiting needs to think about an agreement. If you feel that you can benefit from having cohabitation agreements in place or if you are in a situation where you need family law advice because you are now separated or have just split up from a partner who you were cohabitating with, we are a highly experienced Norwich based family law firm who can help. To arrange an appointment to see one of our cohabitation agreements lawyers call the phone number on this page or fill out a contact us form below.