Cohabitation Agreement

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A cohabitation agreement is similar to a pre-marital agreement – however, rather than being
entered into by persons who intend to marry in the near future, it is entered into by two people who intend to cohabit or live together as a family, but will not be legally married (but note that while a pre-marital agreement goes into effect only upon marriage, a cohabitation agreement generally is no longer valid once the parties marry). In its simplest terms, a cohabitation agreement is a written contract entered into by two people prior to living together.

Cohabitation Agreement with Percentage Contribution

This form provides that the parties will contribute a pre-defined percentage of income that will be used to pay the expenses incurred by the parties while they live together. The agreement provides that upon termination of the relationship, the joint property of the parties will be split in the same percentage as the contributions of the parties.

Cohabitation Agreement with Equal Contribution

This form provides that the parties will contribute an equal (or close to equal) amount of their earnings to a joint account from which the expenses incurred by the parties while they live together will be paid. The agreement provides that upon termination of the relationship, the joint property of the parties will be split in equal percentages, regardless of the actual amount of income contributed by either party to the joint expenses.

For additional Cost add:

Living Will or 

Last Will & Testament

Quit Claim Deed or Surviorship Deeds