An agreement for your security and comfort, to reduce any possible future conflict.
Here’s How to Get Started
Get in contact with us in the way that is easiest for you to speak to a family lawyer.
Book a meeting with the lawyer if that feels alright for you. Discuss with them concerning the way you are thinking of dividing assets and how you would like to execute the agreement.
Review the written agreement and discuss further with the lawyer where necessary, approve and sign the agreement which comes into effect as soon as both cohabitants have signed it.
Cohabitation agreement – for your safety
The law which is relevant here is Sambolagen (2003:376) which partly defines what cohabitation means, partly specifies that the common assets of the cohabitants should be divided equally when the cohabitants separate from each other.
If you however execute an agreement between you, it is that agreement which becomes the deciding factor in case you separate – this creates a safety net and prevents you ending up in unnecessary conflict when it comes to this specific aspect of a possible separation.
If you have any questions, you can call us to speak to a family law expert – we are with you all the way.