Marriage and Cohabitation Agreements are for unmarried couples, engaged couples or common law couples. This agreement can help protect either party’s interest in certain property. This agreement can also outline what would happen should the relationship break down. This type of agreement can help couples understand where either person stands on certain issues. This ultimately allows the couple peace of mind that their individual concerns are met, in the event of a break down of the relationship.
While no one starts a relationship with the intention of it ending, a Marriage and Cohabitation Agreement is a step in setting out your intentions on how you wish to share your assets and debts.
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