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If you are moving in or living with your partner and aren’t married, you need to make a Living Together Agreement. This section explains why having a living together agreement is a brilliant way to protect yourself and your partner, and then shows you how to do it - quickly and easily. It only takes most people an evening.
This guide is for you if you are in the process of splitting up with your partner who you have lived with. It will be helpful if you are still living together or if one of you has moved out. We want to help you find your way through the maze of practical and legal things you need to sort out so that you can avoid common problems, minimise your stress, and use your energy effectively.
Moving in with your partner is exciting. But where you move into, and how you pay for things affects your rights. It's important to know how, so that you can ensure your partner doesn't always get the fuzzy end of the lollipop.