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Graeme Fraser comments in The Observer on the legal rights of cohabitants on relationship breakdown

  • October 20, 2015
  • By Hunters Law

Hunters Partner Graeme Fraser comments in The Observer on how the landmark Sharland and Gohil Supreme Court divorce case highlights the contrasting legal rights for cohabitants who receive less financial provision than divorcees on relationship breakdown:

“Last week’s judgement is a stark illustration of how matrimonial law is moving towards principles of transparency and fairness – and could, in fact, open the floodgates to renegotiating divorce settlements. But the law on cohabitation separation remains stuck in a time warp”.

Read the full article in The Observer here.

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