Congratulations, if you have found the person that you want to move in with or spend the rest of your life with.
However you choose to establish a home and potentially build a family with your romantic partner, it makes good sense to plan for a rainy day. Whether you want to live together, marry or enter a civil partnership there are some big decisions to be made when you start to pool your financial resources, purchase property together and start a family.
While romance is in the air, it is important to discuss these key decisions and consider what might happen if things go wrong – just as you insure your home in the event of fire or flood.
A ‘romantic contract’ can provide some clarity and documentation in regard to your intentions, and options which we can advise on include:
- cohabitation agreements;
- postnuptial agreements;
- pre-civil partnership agreements; and
- pre-nuptial agreements.
Contact our expert family lawyers for an informal discussion regarding any of these romantic contracts.
Funding for legal advice or representation
Once we understand your circumstances, we will advise what funding might be available and discuss which payment options might work best for you.