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Hire a cohabitation law attorney in Plano, TX

Unmarried couples tend to build up shared property. If you’re moving in with your significant other, it’s important to make legal arrangements for the accumulated property. Then, Rasley Law Group can help you establish cohabitation law agreements in Plano, TX.

Although, similar to pre-nuptial agreements, cohabitation law agreements allow individuals to put the terms of their living arrangement to paper. Whether roommates or romantic partners, this agreement sets boundaries and creates important terms for when the living arrangement unfortunately ends. Although a more and more common practice , this allows couples to distribute property rights among each other without marriage.

Call today to learn more about cohabitation law and property rights in Plano, TX.

What if the relationship doesn’t work out?

Not all relationships are meant to last.  That’s why it’s important to seek legal expertise on how to separate assets.  At Rasley Law Group, we care for our clients, working to make the cohabitation agreement drafting as seamless as possible.

If you and your significant other do decide to split up, you’ll need to:


  1. Agree to a cohabitation agreement
  2. Document the financial contributions of each party
  3. Determine who owns which assets legally
  4. Determine who holds the title records for large purchases


You don’t have to do this alone. Attorney Rasley helps you sort out your cohabitation agreement in Plano, TX. Schedule an appointment today to begin discussing your agreement.