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Aley Green, Aston Abbots, Bendish, Bierton, Billington, Bishopstone, Breachwood Green, Burcott, Bury Park, Caddington, Cheddington, Chiltern Green, Clipstone, Cockernhoe, Crafton, Cublington, Dagnall, Dunstable, East Hyde, Eaton Bray, Edlesborough, Flamstead, Grove, Harpenden, Hartwell, Hightown, Hitchin, Hockliffe, Holywell, Houghton Regis, Hulcott, Ivinhoe, Kensworth, Kimpton, Ledburn,
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In the UK the law on couples living together who are not married is wide and varied, for example, back in 2006, in Scotland the law was altered. Cohabitation is becoming a more popular way for couples and families to live together. This change covered in legal cohabitation, which has led to a real need for legal cohabitation agreements being drawn up. These legal agreements are drawn up and are based around what is the agreed arrangements and conditions for couples that are not married but are living together.

Written Legal cohabitation agreements are getting more popular with younger couples who are living together and  are also very popular for couples who live together having been married before. A cohabitation agreement covers many different scenarios but in the main it is for assets which the couple acquired jointly which they use in their family home, no matter who spent most, everything that is purchased belongs to both partners equally. These can include assets like, savings, cash, cars and property and even pets. Legal cohabitation agreements are more popular now than they have ever been.




Cohabitation agreements are very popular for couples moving in together after being married before. It is a very common way to live nowadays. More than ever before cohabitation agreements are gaining in popularity. Family law states that any cash that is saved or any household goods that are bought, regardless of who provided most of the money, each partner has an equal share, including, investments, money, savings or cash.

If you are living together and are not married you really should think about a legal cohabitation agreement, we would advise you put an agreement or legal document in place as soon as possible. There are many dangers of not having a legal agreement in place as any co habitant can make a claim against the other. Please be aware this must be done within a year of the couple splitting AND if either feel they have been financially disadvantaged. In the UK family law also states that a cohabitant can make a legal claim to a share of their partner’s estate or assets when they pass away – as long as their partner did not have a written legal will in place.

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If you are a couple living together and are not married, you need to seriously think about getting a a legal cohabitation agreement. You might be surprised to know that your relationship could benefit from having this type of legal agreement put in place.

You may have just ended a relationship with your partner who you were cohabiting with, our family solicitors in Luton can help. Give them a call today and arrange an appointment to see one of our cohabitation agreement solicitors, call the number on this page or fill out a contact us form with all your details and outlining what the current situation is.