/ In this package, our legal experts have addressed the following questions:

  • What does cohabitation mean and what are its legal consequences?
  • What are the legal consequences if you buy property with your partner as "co-owners"?
  • What are the legal consequences if you or your partner make investments (for example paying for an extension of a lease or improvement works) in property you have bought as "co-owners"?
  • Can you end your joint tenancy and change your and your partner's ownership from joint tenants to tenants in common?
  • If you move in with your partner and you live in his rented flat, do you need a new Tenancy Agreement in your joint names?
  • What is a cohabitation agreement?
  • Is a cohabitation agreement valid and enforceable by law?
  • Should you have a cohabitation agreement?
  • When should you enter into a cohabitation agreement?
  • Should you have a cohabitation agreement, a declaration of trust or both?
  • You jointly own a property with your partner, but you had no specific agreement about which share you each own, what can you do?
  • What are the legal rules governing your bank accounts?
  • What are the legal rules governing your debts?
  • What are the legal rules governing your names?
* Based on a £300 average hourly rate for solicitors across the country.
  • What does cohabitation mean and what are its legal consequences?
  • What are the legal consequences if you buy property with your partner as "co-owners"?
  • What are the legal consequences if you or your partner make investments (for example paying for an extension of a lease or improvement works) in property you have bought as "co-owners"?
  • Can you end your joint tenancy and change your and your partner's ownership from joint tenants to tenants in common?
  • If you move in with your partner and you live in his rented flat, do you need a new Tenancy Agreement in your joint names?
  • What is a cohabitation agreement?
  • Is a cohabitation agreement valid and enforceable by law?
  • Should you have a cohabitation agreement?
  • When should you enter into a cohabitation agreement?
  • Should you have a cohabitation agreement, a declaration of trust or both?
  • You jointly own a property with your partner, but you had no specific agreement about which share you each own, what can you do?
  • What are the legal rules governing your bank accounts?
  • What are the legal rules governing your debts?
  • What are the legal rules governing your names?
* Based on a £300 average hourly rate for solicitors across the country.
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