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Can ‘Love Contracts’ Govern Your Inter-Office Romance?

By on May 14, 2016 in Contracts, Employment, Family Law

Many couples sign prenuptial and postnuptial agreements to cover division of property and other assets in the event of a divorce — there are even cohabitation agreements for partners who are not married but live under the same roof, reports Observer.

A “love contract” is a customized set of lifestyle clauses that can be inserted into any prenup, postnup or cohabitation agreement.

“A different kind of love contract applies when the two parties not only live together, but work together,” the report says. “When the legal document is signed in an office setting, the co-working couple promises that their consensual attraction will not lead to distractions or conflicts of interest in the workplace.”

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