Cohabitation & Marriage Agreements

Cohabitation and marriage agreements serve as essential legal tools for couples to define their rights and responsibilities in various aspects of their relationship. 

Cohabitation agreements are relevant for couples planning to live together, outlining matters such as property division, financial responsibilities, and potential spousal support in the event of separation.

Marriage agreements, also known as prenuptial agreements, are legal documents designed for couples prior to getting married. A marriage or prenuptial agreement allows couples to establish terms regarding property division, financial matters, potential spousal support, and matters concerning children, including child support and parenting obligations, in the event of divorce or separation.

Both cohabitation and marriage agreements provide a proactive approach to addressing potential disputes and uncertainties, offering clarity and legal protection for both parties. 

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