Twenty-first century relationships come in various shapes and sizes – it’s what makes our world so richly diverse and interesting – but it also means that no one solution fits all.
That world, too, has become significantly smaller – globalization combined with the wonders of technology and ease of travel have made cross-border couples more common than ever before.
And with people living and working for longer many families now comprise a unique blend of not one but two or more significant relationships.
The law in this area also regrettably lags behind the times. Cohabitees who may now be the second largest family type in England & Wales but they are still without a legal status such as those joined together by marriage.
So, wherever you are, whatever your relationship and however large or small the problem you now face we are here to help you understand the relevant law, advise on the available solutions and represent you in any legal processes that may be necessary.
I COULDN'T HAVE SEEN A FUTURE WITHOUT THE SUPPORT AMANDA GAVE ME.
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