Cohabitation Agreement

For those moving in or buying property together but not marrying, a cohabitation agreement can be a particularly useful form of insurance. In certain limited circumstances, claims can be made when the relationship of a cohabiting couple ends, either by separation or by the death of one of the parties. If this happens, a cohabitation agreement will be beneficial.

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Prenuptial Agreement

Prenuptial agreements – or prenups – can give you peace of mind with some advanced wedding planning. They can be a positive thing if they’re done in a friendly and cooperative way and there are various reasons why it can be worth putting one in place.

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Child Law Advice

The first priority for any parent when their relationship breaks down is to make sure that the arrangements for their children are the best that can be made in the new circumstances. These are often very difficult decisions for the families involved and we’re here to help you make the right choices for you and your children.

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Separation Advice

Coming to a separation agreement can often be a complex and emotional process, especially where children, money or property are involved. We’re here to help make sure the route you take is as straightforward as it can be. We understand that a separation can be a difficult time and our priority is to help you by providing clear, practical advice.

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Divorce

When a marriage breaks down, important decisions need to be made at a time when the individuals involved are likely to be feeling emotional and vulnerable.

Our experts are here to help you make the best decisions for yourself and for your family.

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