Non-marital Cohabitation Agreement Form
In the last few decades, more and more couples have chosen to live together rather than get married for a variety of reasons. In these types of relationships, each partner may have different ideas about how money is managed or debt is paid. If the couple splits and there is no agreement stating who will own what assets or who will pay what debts, a court may infer an enforceable agreement actually exists! The good news is that most states that will infer an unwritten enforceable cohabitation agreement (palimony, property splitting, etc.) will also abide by a written nonmarital cohabitation agreement signed by the parties. This document is designed for the use of couples who are not married, but share the same home. Its purpose is to let each person maintain separate property, define how jointly purchased property will be distributed in case of separation, and outline how household expenses are divided.
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This form is also part of one or more other packages?
Forms in this package include:
- Prenuptial Agreement
- Codicil to Will (To Add Spouse)
- Power of Attorney (limited/specific)
- Revocation of Power of Attorney
- Life Insurance Beneficiary Change Request - To Add New Spouse
- Non-marital Cohabitation Agreement
- Quitclaim Deed to be used to convey property ownership as community property
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