Co-Habitation agreements aren’t just “pre-nup” agreements that specify what happens in the case of separation and divorce, they are also useful for documenting who contributed what in order to acquire a property and making sure that nobody feels taken advantage of. With the high cost of real estate in the lower mainland, often parents or other relatives will assist in the purchase of a home, or you may have one partner selling a home owned solely in their name, to finance the purchase of a new family home in joint names. In any of these situations you may want to document the transaction and make sure every party to the purchase feels secure in their new investment.
Clark Woods has experienced counsel who understand the ins and outs of co-habitation agreements, and will meet with you individually to ensure you’re getting what you need out of the agreement. Please contact us for an initial consultation to learn more about how we can help.