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13th February 2019

What is a cohabitant?

Cohabitants are couples who live together as if they were married or civil partners. Some rules that affect cohabiting couples have extra conditions that must be met, this will be explained in this blog.

13th February 2019

Every day, the headlines continue to be dominated by the latest updates concerning the government’s ongoing efforts to handle the Brexit situation. March 29th 2019 is now only weeks away, and so with seemingly no true indication as to what the permutations of Brexit will be, the country (and indeed the world) continues to operate with this lingering uncertainty. This article will therefore consider the impact the uncertainty surrounding Brexit has had and will continue to have on the housing market for Scotland and the rest of the UK. 

13th February 2019

The prospect of divorce proceedings looming over estranged couple’s heads can often be a daunting notion for all involved. Through the traditional court room process, the pursuit of an end-agreement can see long periods of time consumed and high levels of legal fees incurred. Additionally, the adversarial nature of this procedure regularly results in parties’ relationships suffering further aggravation thus contributing to increased levels of animosity. However, the resultant effects of this are most likely suffered by children and relatives rather than the parties themselves. Coupled with dealing with these added stresses, parties often find themselves having to negotiate the hurdles the inherent in the bureaucratic judicial system.