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HelloThis is Samuel and I will discuss this and provide you information in this regard.If you are not getting married, and you have a legal and valid Will, I suggest you have no legal financial obligation to her.However, I suggest, for the benefit of both parties, you consider having an Agreement drafted wherein you both come to terms that what you bring into the relationship you each leave with and that neither party will seek any type of financial support from the other. A local attorney can do this for you And it will put your mind at ease and it will also be beneficial to her so that should the relationship end, she is not forfeiting any of her assets. The Agreement can also discuss if the relationship ends, she agrees to leave the home within 30 days or whatever so that you do not need to go through an eviction process to have her removed once she has established a residence there at your home.
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