Secure your life together

Live together with peace of mind thanks to a de facto union agreement. We support you with :


  • Joint management of finances and assets.
  • Fair and far-sighted severance clauses.

Frequently Asked Questions:

The main difference between de facto unions and marriage is the automatic legal rights and obligations that flow from marriage, such as property division, alimony and inheritance. De facto spouses don’t have the same automatic rights as married couples, which is why it’s important to have a de facto union agreement to define these aspects.

A de facto union agreement establishes clear rules for the division of property, management of debts and support obligations in the event of separation. It serves to protect the rights of each partner and prevent disputes.

A de facto union agreement should include provisions on ownership of property, division of assets in the event of separation, management of debts, and arrangements concerning children.

Recognition of a de facto union agreement may vary from one Canadian province or territory to another. It is important to consult us to ensure that the agreement complies with the laws of your jurisdiction.

Without a will, common-law partners have no legal right to each other’s estate. A de facto union agreement can include provisions for succession, but it’s also advisable to draw up a will to clarify intentions regarding inheritance in the event of death.

Secure your relationship!

Create your de facto union agreement immediately.