Living Together

Myth
  Myth
“We don’t need to see a solicitor with regards to our Living Together Agreement because we know what we want it to include and can do it ourselves. ”
Fact
  Fact
A court will generally follow the contents of the living together agreement but only if it is fair and there has been full disclosure of finances. A court is more likely to uphold the agreement if both parties have sought independent legal advice. Taking the time to engage a solicitor at the start will ensure the agreement remains a relevant document.

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