Living together : a legal guide for unmarried couples / Frederick Hertz and Lina Guillen.
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- ISBN: 9781413323795
- ISBN: 1413323790
- Physical Description: 362 pages : illustrations ; 23 cm
- Edition: Sixteenth edition.
- Publisher: Berkeley, CA : Nolo, 2017.
"With downloadable forms"--Cover.
Previous edition: 2013.
|Bibliography, etc. Note:||
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Formatted Contents Note:||
Living together: the legal companion for unmarried couples -- The legal state of living together -- Living together agreements: why and how they work -- Debt, credit, taxes, and more: practical aspects of living together -- Renting and sharing a home -- Buying a house together -- Starting a family -- You and your ex-spouse and children from a prior relationship -- Wills and estate planning -- Moving on: when unmarried couples separate -- Lawyers and legal research.
"All the law cohabiting couples need to know. Laws that protect married couples on property ownership, divorce, inheritance rights, and more--don't apply to unmarried couples. To define and protect your relationship--and your assets--you need to take specific legal steps and use the right documents. Whether you're just starting out or are one of the growing number of older couples who choose to live together, this revised edition has the information you need. It covers all the big issues facing unmarried couples living together, including: Money and Property: Clarify how you'll share money and other assets. Estate Planning: Leave your assets to whomever you wish, including children form a prior marriage. Breaking Up: Divide property and share child custody fairly. Children: Protect your kids by confirming that you are their legal parents. The House: If you buy a house together, spell out ownership shares in writing. Medical Decisions: Make important medical decisions for each other if necessary."--Provided by publisher.
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