Cohabitation Agreement Form Template
Easily draw up cohabitation agreements for couples living together with this ready-made online template. Modify anything you want, you don’t need any coding knowledge.
Nonmarried couples living together can help protect themselves from future financial or legal predicaments. This is where a cohabitation agreement form becomes handy. This free template is easy to edit, even without coding knowledge. It works with a drag and drop editor that includes a wide variety of question types. For instance, dropdowns, checkboxes, signatures, and many more. In addition, customizable notifications can send copies to multiple email addresses or send SMS alerts in real time.
This cohabitation agreement form is as easy to share as it is to create. Adding it to a web page is a simple matter of copy and paste. In addition, emailing the form or posting it to social media is just a matter of grabbing a link or clicking a share button. Once the form is available to the online world, it works well on a variety of devices thanks to its mobile responsive design.
Collect & manage data
A secure database stores each instance of a completed cohabitation agreement form. From your 123FormBuilder dashboard, you can call upon these records individually or back them up like Excel, CSV, or PDF files. Finally, 123FormBuilder works hand-in-hand with many leading services, including Dropbox, Google Drive, Evernote, and SmartSheet. That means form data can forward itself straight into these apps without the need to transfer it yourself!
Although we hope the harmony lasts a lifetime, a cohabitation agreement form is one way domestic partners can help protect themselves if things change. Because the agreement needs to be kept for many years to come, switching from a paper form to an online form can vastly reduce your physical storage needs. Along the same lines, you can configure this form to electronically send copies to both partners and any other individuals, saving you the time and expense of scanning and mailing paper contracts.