Through expert advice and a personal approach, we’ll help you set up the right cohabitation agreement to protect everything that matters to you.

What’s cohabitation?

Cohabitation is where an unmarried couple live together in a long-term relationship.

Why a cohabitation agreement is vital for unmarried couples

Despite what you may have read or heard, there’s no common law right for cohabitating couples to claim financial relief after separating. This can leave you in a very vulnerable position.

How you can avoid the risks and safeguard everything that's important to you

We have a long, successful history of advising cohabitating couples on their rights. Our specialist family law solicitors can draw up a written cohabitation agreement for you. This will set out what happens to your property and financial arrangements if you separate. We’ll also talk you through any possible financial claims that can be made.

Call us now on 01482 324252 or email info@gosschalks.co.uk to arrange a free initial telephone advice session.

You can find out more about how we can help you here.

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