Dependable Cohabitation Agreement Lawyer in Denver

Hiring a Cohabitation Agreement Lawyer

Cohabitations are increasingly common as couples choose to live together for longer periods of time before they wed or go their separate ways.

What is a Cohabitation Contract?

A cohabitation contract is a legal contract between a couple that has chosen to live together but not marry.

Why Hire a Cohabitation Agreement Lawyer?

We as cohabitation agreement lawyers help the parties involved voluntarily specify how money, property, and debt will be handled between the individuals, both during and after the relationship.  We help you specify who gets what, and we can create a buy-out clause that would require one party to reimburse the other for any items he or she wants to keep in the event that the relationship was terminated.

If you decide to get married, you could leverage the accord created by your cohabitation agreement lawyer as a template for a prenuptial agreement.  Keep in mind that a cohabitation agreement does not automatically merge into a prenuptial.  Naturally, it should be reviewed before it is used as the basis for a prenuptial agreement as to insure all issues and concerns are addressed.  Our experienced prenuptial agreement lawyer at Lewis & Matthews P.C. will review the agreement for you to ensure all your rights are protected and that the terms are correct and legally binding.

Cohabitation agreements lawyers can help ensure that both of you are protected in the event that one of you passes away, as the cohabitation contract agreement becomes a useful estate planning tool.  The agreement enables each party to:

  • Make funeral arrangements for each other
  • Inherit property from the other
  • Receive death benefits

A cohabitation contract will insure that your partner is taken care of in the event of your death or disability and provide peace of mind to both parties.

As life changes, so should your cohabitation contract. Review the document periodically to ensure it reflects how you and your partner want things to go if the relationship comes to an end. If there has been a major change in your lifestyles, debts or finances, you may need to make changes to the agreement.

If you are planning on living with someone or are currently cohabitating and want to protect your interests and rights contact Lewis & Matthews P.C. and learn how we can help you ensure all your rights are protected and that the terms are correct and legally binding.

Testimonials

Hear from our clients!

Kim ElliottKim Elliott
05:15 08 Jun 21
I'm so thankful for Jennifer and Christina. They helped get my child custody case settled BEFORE going through a long lengthy court battle. I had a bad experience with another law firm so I was hesitant but they completely diminished any doubt I had. Communication was the most important thing for me and they exceeded that expectation without taking advantage. I highly recommend them
Katie SicklesKatie Sickles
23:09 28 May 20
We utilized Jennifer Lewis & team to work with us on drafting up and executing a cohabitation agreement between myself and my long term boyfriend. We had initially met with her at the end of February. Because of the virus, our communication shifted to email conversations to finalize the agreement over the course of a few months. Ms. Lewis and her team were beyond professional, extremely responsive, and easy to work with regarding updates, changes, and questions. She even helped us to find and coordinated a remote notarization over Zoom with a certified notary to execute the agreement. I would absolutely use her again for any needs we had in the future.
Sonja GiguereSonja Giguere
03:48 14 Oct 19
At the onset of my divorce, I was scared, fragile, and anxious about what I was about to go through. Jennifer and her team helped to understand my needs and concerns and provided the tools that I needed to help me to feel prepared, supported, and understood. Jennifer and her team were warm, professional, and present throughout the entire process. While I don't wish divorce on anyone, if you must go through it, I couldn't imagine a better team than Lewis & Matthews, PC to be by your side.
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Meet the Team

Learn more about the team at Lewis & Matthews, P.C.

Jennifer Lewis

Jennifer Lewis – Since she got her license in 1988, managing partner Jennifer Lewis has been helping people with family law, criminal law, estate planning and probate proceedings, personal injury and medical malpractice claims, zoning and land use planning, and general civil litigation.

Ms. Lewis has practiced law in federal and state courts in Kansas, Colorado, and Missouri. She believes in a patient, practical, and compassionate approach, which tremendously helps clients as they navigate the challenges that come with family law matters.

Christina Friedman

Christina L. Friedman – After a career in the finance industry, associate attorney Christina L. Friedman decided to pursue her passion and study law. Since then, she has honed her legal research and writing skills, especially in the family law and estate planning fields.

Ms. Friedman relates to many clients in a deeper way since she herself has gone through a difficult divorce. This experience has helped her gain a better understanding of the stakes involved in family law concerns and allows her to be in tune with her clients’ needs and concerns.

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Jackie Flanagan – For the last five years, office manager Jackie Flanagan has been in charge of making sure that the firm is run well every day. Ms. Flanagan also has valuable insights for the firm, having been a long-term resident of Colorado.

Counties We Serve

If you live in the following counties and need to have your cohabitation agreements drafted by a seasoned legal team, we can help:


Greater Denver Metro Area


Address: 1325 S Colorado Blvd, Suite 503, Denver, CO 80222

(303) 329-3802


Summit County and Eagle County


Address: 114 Village Place, Suite 206, Dillon, CO 80435

Phone Number: (970) 468-0240