The fastest growing type of family is where the couple is not married or in a civil partnership. A Living Together Agreement is a great solution for this type of family to set out arrangements for property and money. You can make them at the beginning of your relationship or when you have been together for some time.
They are important if you are renting or buying property together and particularly important if you are contributing different amounts of money to an arrangement – whether a loan from the Bank of Mum & Dad, an inheritance from Gran or you’ve just got more in the bank.
If there are big financial changes coming, this can be a good time to think about a Living Together Agreement. Considering arrangements at the outset can mean that if the worst happens, parting ways can be easier – and cheaper than drawn out, contested court proceedings.
We offer to prepare these bespoke documents on a fixed fee basis.