Whether you are already living with your partner, or whether they are about to move in with you, if you are the property owner, you may wish to have a Living Together Agreement. This agreement clarifies responsibilities in terms of paying the household bills or contributing to the mortgage, as well as detailing what will happen in the event of a separation. The main purpose of having such an Agreement is to protect you and your assets if you separate, as it reduces the risk of your partner making a claim that having contributed towards the mortgage or expenditure entitles them to an interest in your property. Such claims can be expensive.
As part of our commitment to making the process easier for our clients we can advise you outside office hours and at weekends as we understand that not everyone can able to take time off to see us during the working day.