Do You Need an Agreement to Cohabitate?
Marvin v. Marvin was a high-profile case that has resulted in palimony (support for nonmarried partners) case law that addresses issues of promised financial support and property division in a nonmarital relationship. A cohabitation agreement provides certainty for couples who choose to remain unmarried.
Developing a Cohabitation Agreement
Our attorneys at Blacker Sammis & Blacker LLP develop cohabitation agreements that consider factors such as:
- Whether assets will be shared in the event of a breakup
- What protections each partner requires
- Whether partner support (palimony) will be paid