The Benefits Of Planning Your Relationship
Jack and Sarah are in a committed relationship , and are in the fortunate position of owning their own home. They could not have got there so fast without the help and trust of Sarah's parents.
Her parents were reassured by their planning, so they helped their daughter by giving her a substantial sum of money. Jack and Sarah's sensible attitude meant they didn't have to worry about their daughter's relationship breaking down and her losing control of the money they put into her property.
Although they hope that Sarah's relationship will work out, divorces are all too common, and Sarah alleviated their fears with the help of Cunningtons Family Law solicitors.
What does this mean for you?
- If you own your own home and want to live with someone, but you also want to make sure they can’t make a claim against your home, contact us to get advice on a Cohabitation Agreement.
- If you are going to be buying a property with someone and you are putting more money into the property which you would like to protect, talk to us about a Declaration of Trust.
- And if you intend to get married soon but would like to protect your own assets and protect your financial contributions in the event of a divorce, speak to us about a Prenuptial Agreement.
Review the steps that Jack and Sarah have taken throughout their relationship that has given them - and will continue to give them - peace of mind:
Step One: Cohabitation Agreement
Step Two: Tenancy Options
Step Three: Pre-nuptial Agreement