Protect your assets and rights with a cohabitation agreement.

Cohabitation Agreements in Ontario

A cohabitation agreement is a legal contract between two unmarried people living together in a common-law relationship. It sets out the rights and obligations of each partner in the event of separation or death.

Why do I need a cohabitation agreement?

There are many reasons why you might want to consider getting a cohabitation agreement, including:

What should my cohabitation agreement include?

A cohabitation agreement can cover a wide range of topics, including:

How do I get a cohabitation agreement?

The best way to get a cohabitation agreement is to consult a lawyer. A lawyer can help you draft a fair and enforceable agreement.

Here are some tips for getting a cohabitation agreement:

Conclusion

A cohabitation agreement is valuable for protecting your assets and rights when entering a common-law relationship. If you are considering getting a cohabitation agreement, call us to get your personalized advice.

How to choose a separation or divorce lawyer

When choosing a separation or divorce lawyer, selecting someone with experience handling cases in Ontario, Canada, is essential. You should also feel comfortable with the lawyer and trust their judgment.

How to prepare for your consultation

Before you consult with a separation or divorce lawyer, gathering as much information as possible about your financial situation and legal rights and obligations is vital. You should also think about your goals for the divorce, such as child custody and access, spousal support, and the division of property.

What to expect during your consultation

During your consultation, the lawyer will ask you questions about your situation and your goals for the divorce. They will also explain your legal rights and obligations. The lawyer may also be able to provide you with an estimate of the cost of your divorce.

How to prepare for your consultation

Before you consult with a separation or divorce lawyer, gathering as much information as possible about your financial situation and legal rights and obligations is vital. You should also think about your goals for the divorce, such as child custody and access, spousal support, and the division of property.

If you are considering separation or divorce, seeking professional guidance from a qualified family law lawyer is crucial. A lawyer can help you understand your legal rights and obligations, negotiate a separation agreement, and file for divorce in court if necessary. Professional guidance can help you keep things friendly and avoid costly and time-consuming litigation.

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