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Cohabitation Agreement Solicitor Sheffield

Cohabitation has become an increasingly common choice over marriage for couples. When choosing to cohabit instead of marrying or entering a civil partnership, it is important to consider what your rights are and to think about how your financial matters should be decided in the event that that you decide to separate.

Our expert Cohabitation solicitors have a wealth of experience dealing with all aspects of cohabitation law and assisting couples of ages and backgrounds. Speak to us today to get clear advice on what your rights are and to allow us to use our expertise to help you.

At Family Law Sheffield our team of experienced solicitors will listen carefully to your specific situation and tailor our advice to suit your needs. By working together we can also help you to create a cohabitation agreement for you and your partner.

Call us today on 0113 519 0394 or complete our online enquiry form and you can discuss with our experts how to best proceed with your case.

What is Cohabitation?

Cohabitation has caused some confusion over the years. Cohabitation is not the same as marriage and is not the same as a civil partnership. Even after cohabiting for a lengthy period of time you will not have the same rights as a couple in a marriage or in a civil partnership. Cohabitation is generally defined as living together as a couple without being married or in a civil partnership.

The most effective way to protect your rights in relation to property and finance is to enter into a cohabitation agreement particularly if marriage or a civil partnership is not right for you.

What is a Cohabitation Agreement?

A cohabitation agreement is an agreement between a couple who are living together or planning to live together. The purpose of a cohabitation agreement is to protect the interests of both partners. It can state the rights each partner has to property, the financial responsibilities of each partner and the parental responsibility for any children. It can also state what happens to property and joint bank accounts in the event that the relationship ends or if either one of you dies.

A cohabitation agreement can prevent future disputes from occurring should the relationship end and thus provide some clarity at a time that could be potentially stressful for everyone involved. At Family Law Sheffield our team of expert solicitors will work tirelessly to help you create a cohabitation agreement tailored to the needs of you and your partner and thus provide you with some certainty and reassurance going forward.

Why Family Law Sheffield?

Our expert team at Family Law Sheffield have a wealth of experience in dealing with Cohabitation agreements. Whether you are a young couple moving in with your partner for the first time or you are a couple who have met later in life and already have your own children and assets our team of cohabitation experts have the experience and knowledge to help you.

At Family Law Sheffield we recognise the importance of familial relationships and therefore the importance of getting the best advice. That is why we take the time and effort to get to know you so that we can provide you with the best possible advice for your needs.

Contact Our Expert Cohabitation Agreement Lawyers Sheffield Today

We will guide you through the process no matter what your circumstances. With our team of experts working with you, you can feel confident that your case is in good hands.

Get in touch today by calling 0113 519 0394 or complete our online enquiry from and someone from our team will be in touch.

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