Legal Advice for Relationships
No one wants to think about separation or death when starting a new relationship, but it is a really good idea to consider what could happen to your children or your home and other assets if either were to happen. This may be particularly relevant where one or both partners already have children from previous relationships and want to make financial or property arrangements for their benefit.
Good communication and sensible planning can help to avoid conflict and stress, and formal agreements such as cohabitation agreements and declarations of trust can be especially important for unmarried couples who have fewer rights under the law.
We can help you to consider the right option for you and draw up appropriate agreements so that it is clear what is intended to happen in relation to your children or finances, both during your relationship and in the event of the relationship breaking down.
A named member of our family & relationships team will deal with your case.
You will be given clear and focused advice throughout your case including guidance about your position and how much the work will cost. We will keep you fully informed about each stage and any outcomes.
Please direct any initial enquiries to Mark Fairchild, Family Team Administrator.
100% professional throughout.
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