Lunch and Learn – Why you should consider a Co-habitation agreement.
Are you considering moving in with your romantic partner or getting married? Now’s the time to talk about a co-habitation agreement.
Under BC law, if you live together for two years, you have the same responsibilities as if you are married. If you break up, you may not be able to protect your assets and may be responsible for support payments.
Enjoy a complimentary lunch while family law lawyers Garth Edwards and Monica Dosanjh tell you how to protect yourself and your assets with a co-habitation agreement before moving in with your partner.
This presentation has limited seating available, open to the first 20 registrants. A free lunch will be provided. Advance registration is required.
If you would like to attend this presentation please contact Cohen Buchan Edwards LLP at 604.273.6411 or email email@example.com before May 20, 2019. Only the first 20 registrations can be accepted. A confirmation email will be sent to all successful registrants.
Boardroom of Cohen Buchan Edwards LLP
May 22, 2019 at 12:00pm