1. Some individuals have been married before and either don’t want to deal with the possibility of another divorce or simply have a “been there, done that” attitude towards marriage; and
2. Couples who want to share living expenses without the commitment of marriage.
http://lifeinc.today.msnbc.msn.com/_news/2012/04/25/11372147-more-older-couples-shacking-up-skipping-marriage?liteJust as with younger individuals, the older cohabitating couple not contemplating marriage may want to consider a cohabitation agreement. In fact, in many circumstances the older couple would benefit more as it is likely they will have accumulated assets such as a home, vehicles, and other significant tangible and intangible assets that should be protected in the context of a committed, but not married, relationship.
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