If you are taking that next step in your relationship then you might think it a little unromantic to set up a prenup or cohabitation agreement when making commitments to each other. But really it is just a precaution in the unlikely event that things change.

You don't take out car insurance because you expect to crash, you do it just in case something happens.

At the start of your relationship, things may be uneven financially, like if you own the home that your partner is moving into.

Cohabitation Agreements

Cohabiting couples do not have the same legal rights as married couples or those in a civil partnership in the UK. So a cohabitation agreement can grant couples that want to live together with some legal protection should they decide to end the relationship.


Prenups are no longer something only for the rich and famous and is a legal document which simplifies and sets out how assets are split if a married couple split up.

AlthoughUK law has a complex approach to prenups, if you have taken steps to ensure your prenup is legally-sound and was drawn up fairly, it should be upheld by a court. Our system will guide you through that process.


Unfortunately, we don't offer an online divorce through LawEasier as this can be done via the Gov.Uk website, but if you need advice then our Family Team will be glad to help. You can call them on 0800 8494101 or book a place at our free advice clinic by clicking here.

Changing Your Name

Use our simple to use system creates the document you need to change your name by deed poll or statutory declaration. Don't know what they are? Don't worry LawEasier will guide you all the way through the process.

Just click one of the links below to access the documents.






Change of name deed
Cohabitation agreement (England and Wales)
Notice of severance of a joint tenancy
Prenuptial/Pre-civil partnership agreement