Unmarried Couples Rights With Property Division
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It has become increasingly common for couples to remain unmarried for longer, prioritising other things like home ownership and raising children over the hassle and expense of a wedding. Unfortunately, the law has yet to catch up with this trend away from marriage.
If you are in an unmarried relationship and decide to separate, you may be surprised to find that you do not have the same rights as you would if you and your partner were married.
There is no such thing as a “common law marriage”, so without a cohabitation agreement it can be unclear exactly what you are entitled to should your relationship break down. If you are going through a separation, getting the help of an experienced family law solicitor is essential. Our family law team have helped countless individuals both married and unmarried negotiate the end of their relationship. We regularly advise on all aspects of unmarried couples rights with property division.
We act for clients in Buckinghamshire, Hertfordshire and throughout the UK.
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