Family Law

Common law contract

Common law contract (« contrats de vie commune ») are little known and seldom used though they are highly recommended to unmarried couples. The drafting of such contracts may prove tedious but well worth the trouble as they define the roles and responsibilities of the parties, prevent misunderstandings and potential litigation, and determine what is to be expected in the event the union comes to an end (division of property, debts, custody of children, etc.).

Whether it is to draft or review such contracts, or to provide legal opinions on related issues, our lawyers have a sharp understanding of the rules applicable to these matters to look after the needs of our clients and to provide them with the peace of mind they look for.

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