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Cohabitation Agreements

A Cohabitation Agreement is a written legal contract between two parties, who share the same residence, that contemplates the ownership and division of joint and/or individual property upon their separation. Cohabitation agreements are vital for couples who have built a life together outside of marriage or roommates who have acquired property together.

At Martin & Wagner, P.A. we understand the frustrations that unmarried couples and/or roommates experience in our legal system because Minnesota law does not recognize common law marriage or roommates’ rights. Our attorneys will work with you to identify your objectives and goals to protect your property interests in the event your relationship ends. An important piece of a Cohabitation Agreement is executing a Last Will and Testament.

Contact Martin & Wagner, P.A. for an Initial Consultation

Contact us by e-mail or call 763-425-6330 to schedule a free ½ hour consultation with an experienced Rogers, Minnesota, domestic relationships lawyer.

From our Rogers law office, we provide legal representation to clients throughout the Greater Twin Cities area including but not limited to Albertville, Andover, Anoka, Buffalo, Elk River, Maple Grove, Minneapolis, Monticello, Ramsey, and St. Michael and other communities within, but not limited to, Hennepin County, Stearns County, Wright County, Sherburne County, and Anoka County.

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