Regulating living together
Parties who are not married to each other can detail their current situation or set up their own rules on how to proceed if the relationship fails.
There are various reasons for doing so:
- To protect assets which one or both has acquired
- If you are planning a family
- If you wish to invest your assets together, perhaps by buying a house or a flat together
If you do not have a partnership contract and have been living together, we can help you to ensure that your joint assets and investments are divided up fairly in the case of separation. For example, we can support you in the division of property assets, obtaining compensation for investments, or in asserting claims related to loans or holdings in companies.
We always strive to reach a fair and balanced agreement with the involvement of all those affected. Particularly when there are children, we try to maintain and strengthen family links.Scroll To Top