Here is an issue without age boundaries: cohabitation.
If you are living with someone to whom you are not married, then you are cohabitating. If you are cohabitating, then you have issues that need to be addressed.
What issues? Consider this: you and your friend buy a house together.
Who is responsible for paying the bills?
What happens if your friend fails to pay his or her share of the mortgage?
Living in Sin, Shacking Up, Nonmarital Conjugal Cohabitation. Question: can you tell which one is mentioned in the Texas Business & Commerce Code?
Yes, even a dry tomb like the TBCC gets racy sometimes.
If you are living with someone else and are NOT planning to be married, then lines can quickly blur about responsibility and ownership of debts and assets. An informal living arrangement can give rise to all sorts...
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