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As more and more couples now choose to cohabit you may wish to consider taking legal advice on your rights and responsibilities which differ from those between married couples and civil partners.
We can provide specialist legal advice on ways in which to protect your position in the event of a relationship breakdown, including your rights concerning any children and property.
We also give advice to couples prior to moving in together on cohabitation agreements, their effect and value.
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Access to family courts has been granted to legal bloggers
Prime Minister announces change to law for mixed-sex couples
Mills v Mills – Supreme Court ruling against an increase of spousal maintenance
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Divorce in farming families
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The growing use of arbitration in family law
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