Cohabitation Agreements

Don't Be Legal Strangers

Law Office of Kevin P. O'Malley, P.C.


Don’t Be Legal Strangers

Two people who share a home, property and daily lives are considered to be “co-habitating.” In recent years, the term has become commonly used to define two people living together prior to marriage or an arrangement for couples who choose not to marry.

Without a cohabitation agreement, you and your significant other could be treated as legal strangers should you decide to go your separate ways or if one of you dies.

To learn more about cohabitation agreements, contact The Law Office of Kevin P. O’Malley, P.C. in Medford, Massachusetts, for a consultation with an experienced family law attorney.

Why Create a Cohabitation Agreement?

Just as in a prenuptial agreement, obtaining a cohabitation agreement prior to moving in with someone will greatly protect your rights in the event that things do not go as planned. It is a formal contract that defines your relationship in terms of your shared and individual property, and your rights to possession.

Attorneys for All Types of Legal Agreements

At The Law Office of Kevin P. O’Malley. P.C., we relate to our clients on a personal level. We know how important your rights are and how to protect them in a cohabitation, marital or child custody agreement. Don’t face these family law matters on your own. Contact our skilled lawyers at 1-781-395-7070 or complete our online form.


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