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What is a Cohabitation Agreement?

P. Lindley Bain | April 26, 2017

A cohabitation agreement is an agreement between two non-married partners who live together and have a marriage-like relationship, but choose not to marry. A cohabitation agreement provides financial structure to a relationship that’s not governed by Texas family laws.

To learn more, contact P. Lindley Bain at (512) 454-8791.

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