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Category: Cohabitation agreements


Why You Really, Really Should Be Using a Solicitor

Covid-19 has had a huge impact on our lives, and in particular on our livelihoods. Jobs have been lost, and […]


Inheritance disputes – Coronavirus update for cohabitees

The current pandemic has resulted in a surge of people seeking advice about making a will.  As a will disputes […]


by Ridley&Hall in Cohabitation agreements, Family & Matrimonial, Loreena Walker posted November 27, 2019.

Cohabitation agreements: where do unmarried couples stand?

There is a myth that couples who cohabit for a long period of time are married under common law. This […]


Gwyneth & Chris – Conscious Uncoupling – In Love But Separate

Gwyneth Paltrow and Chris Martin announced on 26th March 2014 their intention to separate. They announced it on goop.com and […]


Married or Living Together for the Over 65s?

Recent figures released by the Office for National Statistics show that the number of unmarried over-65s living together has increased […]


Family First is Two Month’s Old

Our innovative Family First department is 2 months’ old but we have over 50 years’ of Family law experience. Please […]


Elderly couples ‘Need More Relationship Guidance’

Elderly couples ‘need more relationship guidance’, BBC news 27.06.13 By Hannah Richardson BBC News education reporter Elderly people in the […]


Ridley & Hall Solicitors put Families First

Ridley & Hall have launched a new service to help separating parents who do not qualify for legal aid after […]


Dramatic Legal Aid Funding Withdrawal – Make an Appointment with a Family Lawyer Now

You may not be aware that as of 1 April 2013, most legal help and full public funding (levels of […]


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