Thank you for your message.
No children, they are grown up, we are in our 50s. He has two daughters 23 and 18. We are planning a wedding in 2015. Do we need to sign any papers before that in case of an accident? My friends were warning me that I can end up homeless. I don't have any property in UK. Thank you. Elena
no, as far as I know. We are together for 6 years now and we discussed it at some point, not a Will, but he himself suggested to sign a paper with a solicitor that I could stay in the house if something would happen.
But he hasn't done it. I've asked him a few times but he seemed to avoid this topic. And I feel very uncomfortable. Should I press the matter? I don't want to sound too demanding.
I suppose it costs money as well.
Then we were busy with jobs and children problems and I pushed this thought away. But I've got a friend who is very strict with this matters so she is forcing me to act. I presume that there should be a law for civil partners. This is why I'm writing to you.
I'm a UK resident and have a permanent job with the Oxford University.
Thank you very much