Richard Kershaw participates in Today’s Family Lawyer Podcast

  • November 24, 2022
  • By Richard Kershaw, Partner

Listen to the podcast, published 24 November 2022, here

This podcast features host David Opie and Partner and family law litigator at Hunters LLP, Richard Kershaw, who discuss the myth of the common law spouse and the harmful impact that the lack of a codified legal process brings to separating couples.

In light of increased rates of cohabitation and diminishing marriage, Richard encourages couples and families to be vigilant and not fall prey to misconceptions related to cohabitation when handling property transactions and wills, LPA’s and trust discussions.

Richard also discusses the challenges associated with evolving attitudes and legislation.

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