Concord Cohabitation Agreement Lawyer
Protecting the Rights of Unmarried Couples
Many couples in New Hampshire and Vermont choose to live together, have children, buy property and make a life together without getting married. It is important to realize that the law does not provide these couples with the same rights that it does for married couples. To make sure you and your family are protected, you should talk to an experienced attorney about creating a cohabitation agreement.
At the law firm of Ora Schwartzberg, we help clients create cohabitation agreements that define each partner's rights and responsibilities toward each other and their children, if necessary. With more than 25 years of experience, Attorney Schwartzberg has the ability to work with unmarried couples to understand their goals and then create documents designed to help them achieve those goals.
To arrange a consultation with our skilled Concord cohabitation agreement attorney, please call 603-224-8008 (Concord office) or 603-272-9500 (Piermont office). You can also contact our law firm online.
Why Are Cohabitation Agreements Important?
Simply put, unmarried couples do not have of the same legal rights and privileges married couples have. Therefore, unmarried couples have to take the initiative. They have to take steps to give themselves rights contractually that the state does not provide.
At our firm, we draft comprehensive cohabitation agreements that are tailored to each couple's needs. The agreements that we create can answer questions like:
- What happens if one of us becomes incapacitated? Who makes end-of-life decisions?
- What happens to property and debt if the relationship ends?
- What should the child custody arrangements be if the relationship ends?
- How should an inheritance by one partner be handled?
These are just a few of the things that should be thought about and addressed in a cohabitation agreement. When you visit Ora Schwartzberg, Attorney at Law, P.C., we will sit down with you, listen to your wishes and goals, and create an agreement that serves your best interests.
Contact a Littleton, New Hampshire Domestic Partnership Attorney
If you and your significant other have questions about cohabitation agreements, the law firm of Ora Schwartzberg can help you find answers. To arrange a consultation, call 603-224-8008 (Concord office) or 603-272-9500 (Piermont office). You can also contact our law firm online.