As more people choose to live with each other over marriage, or before they decide to get married, a legal framework under the Family Law Scotland Act 2006 was developed which outlines the rights of cohabitees in a relationship in Scotland.
The Act lays out a person’s rights in respect of financial provision on separation, or where a partner has died. The laws surrounding cohabitees are widely unknown, and can often come as a surprise to couples in a cohabiting relationship, sometimes too late. To find out more about your rights as a cohabitee, or if you would like to create a cohabitation agreement for you and your partner, get in touch with one of our team today. We receive countless referrals from people who have recognised the quality of our service and our down to earth, human approach to legal services.
Contact our Cohabitation Agreement Solicitors, Perthshire, Tayside & Stirlingshire
What matters to you, matters to us. At Macnabs, our solicitors offer practical solutions to your legal problems. Drawing on many years’ experience and in-depth professional expertise, but with a practical, straight-forward and friendly advice that keeps our clients coming back again and again. We will guide you smoothly through entire the legal process.
If you are looking for legal advice surrounding cohabitation, get in touch to find out how we can help. We have offices in Blairgowrie, Pitlochry and Bridge of Allan and serve clients in Perthshire, Tayside & Stirlingshire and across Scotland. Pop into one of our offices and speak to one of our team, or give us a call on 01738 623432. Alternatively, complete our online enquiry form and someone will be in touch shortly.