Where parties are thinking about living together and are not married, it may be sensible to agree how that Cohabitation is to affect ownership of the property in which they live. This will help parties manage expectation. It is particularly important where one party owns the house and wishes the ownership to remain that way.
Many clients do not realise that just because a property is in one parties name at the Land Registry, it doesn’t mean claims cannot be made –especially where promises have been made and the non-owner has financially contributed. We have experienced lawyers who can advise you and assist you in drawing up a Cohabitation Agreement. Not very romantic but very practical nonetheless. We can act sensitively to ensure all matters are dealt with amicably.
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