Cohabitation Law Lawyers in St Helens
If you are living together with your partner but you are not married or in a civil partnership, it is important for you to understand the implications of cohabitation law.
Understand Your Rights As An Unmarried Couple
Unfortunately, as an unmarried couple, both parties do not have some of the rights as married couples. Financially this can be a serious problem, as the party with the most assets can leave the relationship and take everything they have, leaving the other party sometimes with nothing.
Hattons Can Help with Cohabitation Disputes
If the relationship has already broken down, we can advise on how to deal with disputes that can arise when the relationship breaks down.
Some of these issues include:
- Being refused contact with children
- Ownership of residential and personal property
- Threats of physical violence
Our family law solicitor and accredited panel specialist, Deb Choudhuri, is a member of Resolution and other societies, meaning he is committed to the constructive resolution of family disputes.
Hattons Advise You On Cohabitation Law
At Hattons Solicitors we pride ourselves on our expertise and experience. We can advise you of your best options and answer any concerns or questions that you have regarding cohabitation law.
We work closely with our clients to keep them informed about their cases and our clients can also access our online file view system to find out where their case is up to at their own convenience.
We cover all aspects of family law and offer very competitive rates and payment plans to ease the financial pressure. Costs can be discussed at the initial appointment.
If you would like to find out more about Co-habitation and Unmarried Couples call our expert legal team on 01744 744400, fill out our contact form below or contact our key person: