Cohabitation

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When unmarried couples separate, significant issues can arise over the ownership of property and the financial provision for any children. Issues about where children are to live and spend their time following the breakdown of their parents’ relationship are also common. 

Our team of family specialists has considerable knowledge and experience in these areas. 

We also advise upon cohabitation agreements, which set out at the outset the financial arrangements intended by the parties both during the relationship and beyond.

Every client is assigned a dedicated partner as a main point of contact, who will always be available to you and answer any questions you may have.  We always take a practical approach to our work and will offer you the most appropriate and cost-effective solution.

More information

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