Resolving your problems
If you have problems surrounding the breakdown of your relationship with the partner with whom you have been cohabiting, we can help you resolve difficult legal issues arising in consequence of this
The law treats unmarried partners very differently to those who have married but much can be done to protect your interests, including your financial assets. Our knowledge of this complex law will enable you to resolve financial issues as simply and swiftly as possible without escalating legal costs.
If you and your partner have children, we can help you to agree arrangements which are in the best interests of the children and help you to maintain a parent’s relationship with them.
In order to avoid many of the problems which arise on the break-up of a cohabitation arrangement , if you and your partner are living together, we can draft a Cohabitation Agreement which records your intentions about your assets and how they would be divided in the event of the relationship ending. Cohabitation Agreements sometimes include maintenance too.
As your assets grow, and the respective contributions of you and your partner change over the course of time, you may need to update your Cohabitation Agreement.
Pre-Nuptial and Post-Nuptial Agreement
A Pre-Nuptial Agreement sets out how assets will be divided in the event of separation or divorce. A Post-Nuptial Agreement can be entered into after the marriage or civil partnership has taken place and sets out how the assets of each party should be divided in the event of divorce or dissolution of civil partnership