News Items for the cohabitation disputes Category

How different is living together from marriage on separation

Posted 1 year ago

    How different is living together from marriage on separation is the subject of a lot of uncertainty as the decision to live together involves no public formality but the longer you live together the more your financial affairs will...

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Christmas contact with your children, how many sleepless nights to go?

Posted 1 year ago

Christmas contact with your children- how many sleepless nights to go? Christmas is an exciting and happy time but for some families it can be a stressful time. Separated parents can disagree about which parent should have the children to...

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Ways to arrive at settlements on separation

Posted 1 year ago

Ways to arrive at settlements on separation are processes created to help you part on terms that are best for all your family when the way the family exists has changed, according to Cheshire family solicitors Stonehewer Moss. In the...

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Broken engagements and property

Posted 1 year ago

Broken engagements and property rights are easily overlooked if you have lived with someone, got engaged, but did not have your name on the deeds and the engagement has come to an end according to Cheshire family solicitors Stonehewer Moss....

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The pains of separation and child arrangements

Posted 1 year ago

The pains of separation and child arrangements have been starkly described in the court case detailed below, according to Cheshire family solicitors Stonehewer Moss. The case involved a dispute after divorce about “contact” between a child and her father. Unfortunately...

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What difference between child orders

Posted 1 year ago

What  difference between child  orders there is could be said to be as simple as that between a spade and a shovel according to Cheshire family law solicitors Stonehewer Moss but further research can tend to confuse the issue; as...

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Living with someone instead of divorce

Posted 1 year ago

Living with someone instead of divorce is the best guess for the decline in the divorce rate by as much as 36% in 11 years. There are simply fewer marriages or perhaps the are inherently the more stable relationships. Is...

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Not married legal rights need to be understood

Posted 2 years ago

Not married legal rights need to be understood if you live with someone or plan to according to Cheshire Family law solicitors Stonehewer Moss as life is not lived in a vacuum that leaves each without responsibilities in law, many...

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