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Banner Jones provides the latest up to date information on Cohabitation Laws and guidance on Cohabitation Agreement.

The law treats unmarried couples differently from married couples. Our knowledge of this complex area of law can help you resolve your problems following a break-up with a cohabitation partner.

Your cohabitation rights means there is a lot that can be done to protect your interests, including your financial assets.

If there are children from the relationship, we can help you agree to arrangements for them.

Understanding Cohabitation

Understanding Cohabitation

Cohabitation is the name given to unmarried couples living together. Whether you have previously been married, or are living with your first ‘partner’, you are called cohabitees. But what does this actually mean in practice, and what are your legal rights if anything were to happen to the relationship, or to either of you?

Are Pre-Nups Binding?

Are Pre-Nups Binding?

Just how binding are Pre-nuptial Agreements in the British Courts? Well a recent ruling of the High Court on a French ‘pre-nuptial agreement’ pretty much spells it out.

How Does Cohabitation Work?

How Does Cohabitation Work?

To find out more about how cohabitation works and to know more about your cohabitation rights ,read our article.

Children & Separation Guide

Children & Separation Guide

Getting through a divorce or separation is hard at the best of times but is often even harder when there are children involved in the relationship. Use our helpful guide for tips on explaining the situation to the children.

Divorce Survival Tips

Divorce Survival Tips

We’ve enlisted the help of some local relationship counsellors in Sheffield to provide you with some survival advice to help get you through a divorce.

Talk to our team