Many people find that alternative routes to marriage are more fitting to their lifestyles and needs. Laws that apply to legal marriages in Georgia do not apply to other unmarried couples living together, which can make issues more complex. Creating a cohabitation agreement in Atlanta can help clarify financial commitments, responsibilities, and clarification of property and asset division. Think of a cohabitation agreement to be similar to a pre-nuptial agreement, without the nuptials.
Broaching the topic of property division and other responsibilities can be difficult, but it helps keep both parties free from litigation in the event of the end of the relationship. Marple Rubin Family Law has helped navigate the legal intricacies of cohabitation for years and has the experience necessary to make sure you are protected and prepared.