This Toronto Star article advises you to hire a lawyer to create a cohabitation agreement which explains the financial contribution each partner will invest in your living arrangements. If you want to save legal fees for creating the cohabitation contract, you can Claim a FREE sample contract, which was offered to you during my radio interview with Dr. John Curtis, author of Happily Unmarried: Living Together and Loving It.
Then use this contract to design your ideal relationship by outlining your agreement not only on finances but also on sex, leisure activities, chores, child rearing, religion, etc. If your partner lives up to the agreement for a year or a few years, then you renew. If they do so for ten years, then you’ve built enough trust so that you may not need to renew the agreement.
You can discover the top two qualities couples need to create a great relationship, whether you cohabitate or marry, when you read highlights of my radio interview for A Lasting Love with Dr. John Curtis.
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