Living Together Agreements

Many people own a property together without being married or civil partners.

It is therefore sensible to set out a clear agreement at the start of a relationship or when buying a property, as a legal record of the intentions of all parties at that time. This can be particularly appropriate if one person is contributing more to the purchase price or mortgage of a property, or if a third party, such as a parent, has also made a contribution. We will guide you through the legal process, providing straightforward, practical, advice.

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