Marriage isn't the only relationship model, and many couples opt for cohabitation. Unmarried couples lack legal status and protections in Kentucky and Ohio. Especially relevant for older couples with prior relationships and established estate plans, cohabitation agreements become crucial. These agreements define rights and responsibilities regarding jointly held assets, expenses, and support.

Similar to pre-nuptial agreements, cohabitation agreements safeguard both parties and their property. The need for clarity arises upon relationship termination. Cohabitation agreements, unlike family court remedies, define and protect rights based on standard contract law in Kentucky and Ohio. Bricker Graydon Family Law aids in effective negotiation, protecting the interests of both parties, and facilitating agreements that ensure the security both partners deserve.


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