There are many issues to consider as you enter a relationship. Many people think of a Cohabitation Agreement as a way to protect your wealth in a way that is agreed at the outset rather than risking the outcomes available under the law. In fact, such an agreement can go well beyond the simple protection of wealth. It can cover so many areas which can improve your relationship and increase your chances that your relationship will survive for the long-term.
Many separating and divorcing families tell us that the following are the main reasons for their separation: lack of or high conflict communication, different values around finances and/or roles to be taken by each party during the relationship, incompatible parenting styles, and more. These types of issues are examples of the issues Stephanie recommends be contemplated at the start of the relationship so as to prevent some of the bumps that may occur down the road.
If you think Family Mediation or the Collaborative Process may be right for you, contact us to book a free 10-minute phone call. Then, the a full consultation will be required once the process has been chosen.