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Cohabitation: Law and Precedents
Cohabitation: Law and Precedents
Number of volumes: 1
ISBN:  9780752005423
General Editor: Elizabeth Darlington
Subscription Information: 2 releases a year, Non-Subscribable Product
Format:  Looseleaf
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Setting out and explaining all of the law and procedure which relates to cohabitation, from ownership of property to domestic violence, and from children to inheritance and succession, Cohabitation: Law and Precedents:

  • Enables practitioners to find immediate answers to questions posed by clients who are either cohabiting or whose relationship has broken down
  • Advises not only on the practical matters which are encountered, for example buying and renting property, pension arrangements, taxation and wills, but also deals with areas of dispute or crisis: homelessness, immigration, emergency medical treatment, contact with and financial claims for children, and property disputes
  • Deals with circumstances relating to same-sex couples and examines such issues as children and inheritance
  • Provides precedents that are of considerable help in an area of law that can be complex and aspects of which may be unfamiliar, including contracts for cohabiting couples, the different options for purchasing property, and agreements for separating couples, dealing with financial arrangements and liabilities
  • Sets out each person's, or a couple's, legal status in relation to various transactions and situations
  • Includes questionnaires and information sheets for obtaining all the necessary details from the client which will ensure all the right information is collected from the outset
    Includes cohabitation contracts, trust deeds, and other formal agreements and includes agendas and checklists for meetings
  • Precedents, checklists and client information sheets for partners commencing cohabitation/separation
  • Domestic violence
  • Same sex cohabitation
  • Children
  • Immigration
  • Medical treatment and decision making for others
  • Ownership of property
  • Occupation of the home
  • Homelessness
  • Financial provision for children
  • Taxation and cohabitation
  • Pensions
  • Inheritance and succession
  • Jurisdiction and evidence
  • Welfare benefit

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