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    New Brunswick Cohabitation Agreement


    The New Brunswick Marital Property Act does not apply to common law couples unless they have signed a domestic contract. That's why you and your partner need to sign a Cohabitation Agreement.

    • This Agreement sets out each partner's legal rights and obligations with respect to child support, estate rights and jointly and separately owned property.
    • Each partner continues to own the assets he/she brought into the relationship, and any assets acquired during the relationship are jointly owned by both partners.
    • Each partner is solely responsible for his/her own debts and financial obligations.
    • The partners agree to jointly raise and support the children they have together.
    • Each partner waives any right to any inheritance left to the other partner by a will or under the laws of succession.
    • This document comes with a Certificate of Independent Legal Advice for each partner. You must see a lawyer and get independent legal advice before you sign the Agreement.
    • Intended for use only in the Province of New Brunswick, Canada.
    Download Type: Microsoft Word
    Last Updated: 25-September-2021
    SKU: 7995