Cohabitation Agreements Attorneys
In Pennsylvania, there are many couples who prefer to cohabitate, or live together instead of marrying. If you are in such a circumstance, even if the union is not a legitimately binding one, ultimately all of your property will be combined in with that of your partner. Often, large portions of the property will belong to both parties. This could include a valuable property such as houses and automobiles. In such situations, a breakup could cost both parties thousands of dollars and months of litigation to distribute these assets. If the couple has children collectively, the toll could be even greater. If you are involved in such a relation, it is crucial to note that without a cohabitation arrangement, you do not have the legal assurance that a married couple would have.
Why DO I Need a Cohabitation Agreements Attorneys?
When a couple is legally married in Pennsylvania, they have the protection of Pennsylvania probate court if they were to get a divorce or death. This means that if you are are connected in a cohabitation situation, and you have no cohabitation agreement, in the event of death or breakup, you could lose property that you have paid for or contributed to. Our attorneys can better define exactly how a couple’s assets are to be distributed should they break up. In the event of death, a cohabitation agreement can also serve to show how the couple intended for their property to be distributed.It is important to have our attorneys if something happens. A will is also needed in such cases:
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In situations where both parties may be making payments on a car or house that is in only one party’s name, our attorneys would shield both parties and help ensure that their property is split fairly. If both parties are running a business together, our attorneys can better decide who retains the business and how the profits and assets will be divided.
Cohabitation Agreements Attorneys Who Protect Child’s Rights in Pennsylvania & New Jersey
Qualified, respected, responsive. If you’re dealing with a divorce or seeking child support modification or enforcement, the Cohabitation Agreements Attorneys at Kardos, Rickles, Hand & Bidlingmaier can get results for you. Our office locations in Newtown, Pennsylvania and Trenton, New Jersey make us easily accessible to clients throughout Bucks County, Montgomery County and Mercer County. Contact the firm today or call us for more information.