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Cohabitation
Cohabitation
2nd Edition
ISBN:  9780414018266
Published by:  W. Green
Publication Date:  19 Oct 2011
Subscription Information:  Non-Subscribable Product
Format:  Paperback, CD-ROM
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PRODUCT DESCRIPTION

The expert authors provide in-depth

explanation on all aspects of the legal

rights and responsibilities that apply to

cohabitants, including issues relating to

children, property, pensions, taxation and

wills. This is intended to be a book for everyday

use, offering guidance on the issues which

solicitors have to deal with on a day to day

basis, ensuring that you get it right and

save valuable time. Cohabitation includes

the vital tool of a CD bank of useful styles

for litigation, property transactions and

agreements between cohabitants.

Cohabitation Second Edition pulls together advice on preventative measures as well as rescue remedies for clients dealing with problems that have arisen on the breakdown

of the relationship. Major reference is also made in this new edition to the Family Law (Scotland) Act 2006 and numerous new cases such as Gow V Grant, Mitchell V Gibson and Savage V P urches. The authors also use a new comparative chapter to look at the English system and from this look forward to suggested reforms.

CONTRIBUTOR INFORMATION

Fiona Kendall is a Partner with Jones Myers LLP. She is dual qualified in Englishand Scots law and is a former Vice Chair of the Family Law Association.

Kirsty Malcolm is an Advocate and is well published on the subject of Family Law.

Dorothy Kellas is a partner at Morton Fraser LLP specialising in private client and property.

 

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