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Moving in together but not ready to tie the knot? There’s a contract for that.

Ever wondered if your relationship would benefit from a contract? The answer is probably no … unless you were inspired by the sexual contract in Fifty Shades Of Grey.

Either way, laying out rules and guidelines in your relationship isn’t exactly romantic. However, 63 percent of divorce attorneys say that they see an increase in prenuptial agreements. And prenups aren’t the only contracts couples are abiding by in their relationship, we gathered 5 new contracts for married or unmarried couples that you might want to consider.

 1. Cohabitation Agreement

So you’re ready to move in together but not quite ready to say “I do.” You may think you’re being smart by taking one step at a time, but in the end married couples get a lot more rights in a breakup than unmarried ones. In order to protect yourself in case the situation doesn’t work out as planned, you can make a cohabitation agreement. This agreement will explain who owns what, if you part who gets what, and can even include how you will deal with child support, bank accounts, debt, health insurance coverage, joint purchases and more.

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