Relationship Agreements

It could be considered unromantic, but having a clear and open discussion about finances can help lay a good foundation and keep things simple during your relationship.

Some reasons you may need to consider an agreement about finances include owning a property or business separately, a family member lending money to help with a house purchase, or putting protection in place for the future of dependants from a previous relationship.

Proposing an agreement or contract may not be easy, but it’s important to consider that your rights at the end of a relationship differ depending on your circumstances – for example, a cohabiting couple does not have the same rights as those of a married couple.

How Can We Help You?

Our Family Team is incredibly experienced in drawing up a number of relationship agreements, including:

  • Declaration of Trust on co-owned property
  • Living together / cohabitation agreements
  • Postnuptial agreements
  • Prenuptial agreements
  • Separation agreements

Whether you’re about to get married, have already tied the knot or are in a long-term relationship, relationship agreements are becoming more and more popular to protect your assets on divorce or separation, and are no longer just for the very wealthy.

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