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News Items Tagged cohabitation disputes

What is better, single or joint assets in a relationship?

Posted 8 months ago

What is better, single or joint assets in a relationship? This may be a question for our times or all times according to Cheshire family solicitors Stonehewer Moss. Research publicised by the Independent today suggests people are found to be...

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How can I deal with legal stuff with my ex partner

Posted 9 months ago

How can I deal with legal stuff with my ex partner has difficulties you might not have considered before you separated according to Cheshire family law solicitors Stonehewer Moss. Partners, the person you lived with but did not marry, are...

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How different is living together from marriage on separation

Posted 11 months 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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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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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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Civil partnerships and cohabitants rights

Posted 2 years ago

Civil partnerships and cohabitants rights are today presented as a single issue in light of the Court of Appeal judgment upon the Judicial Review by Steinfield and Keidan but Cheshire family solicitors Stonehewer Moss caution against making an assumption that...

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Sharing pensions if living together

Posted 2 years ago

Sharing pensions if living together is a difficult issue demanding expert advice, according to Cheshire family law solicitors Stonehewer Moss, particularly in light of the decision of the Supreme Court published today on the Judicial Review of Denise Brewster. The...

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Valuing a share in a house after a legal dispute outside marriage

Posted 2 years ago

Valuing a share in a house after a legal dispute outside marriage can be complicated because the court first needs to find as a fact that there was an agreement to create an interest in the house under a trust...

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