Protect Yourself With A Cohabitation Family Agreement
You have decided to live in an unmarried relationship and set up your household together for an amorous relationship and to save on expenses. There should be clear intent to create a cohabitation family agreement where the reasons should be stated for entering into such an agreement. You will want to protect your current and future property in case the cohabitation ends.
Unmarried Life Partners who live together as a cohabitation family in a long-term situation often need to address highly important legal concerns such as finances, health care, property rights, and after-death transfer issues. Since unmarried couples who live together generally do not have the same legal structures or protections available to them as do married people, it is important that the partner couple address these issues with a comprehensive set of legal documents.