Cohabitation Agreements

/Cohabitation Agreements

Cohabitation agreements come in to play when you are not married and do not have a domestic partnership, but want to buy a house together or start a business together. Cohabitation agreements are more a creature of contract law then family law, but could have implications in family court if the parties were to get married or register a domestic partnership or have children together.

Cohabitation agreements, like prenuptial agreements, cannot address issues of custody or child support, but can only address ownership of property and distribution of the same in the event of a separation.

Call The Law offices of Andriea A. Aden, Esq., today at 775-622-9245 if you have questions regarding cohabitation agreements.