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Cohabitation Law in Scotland

In Scotland, Cohabitants (see below) do not have the same rights as married couples or those in civil partnerships and it is important not to assume that things will be treated the same. However, the law does provide some rights for cohabitants in the event of separation or death or, alternatively, there are some measures you can take to make things clearer.

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Family law and Your Family's Needs

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We can advise individuals who are experiencing the trauma and complexity of separation and divorce including matters involving issues regarding children and finances. It is important in Family Law matters that you instruct a solicitor who is familiar with the under-noted areas of law and someone whom you have confidence in at what is likely to be a very difficult time.

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A guide to the guardianship procedure and how it may impact you

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Do you understand what it means to become a guardian? You may have heard the terms 'Guardianship' and 'Guardian' without understanding the actual meaning. This article addresses the guardianship of individuals, sometimes known as adults with incapacity. Here, we will explore what becoming a guardian entails.

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Separation and Divorce the significance of planning financially in trying situations

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According to a recent poll produced by Citizens Advice Scotland, 41 percent of adults in Scotland are financially worse off as a result of the Covid-19 pandemic alone. Furthermore, there are concerns that Scots will continue to suffer as a result of rising energy costs, rising inflation, and overall increased living expenditures. Many families are likely to slip into debt or possibly poverty as a result.

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Pension Sharing After A Divorce

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If you're not married or in a civil partnership, and separate from your partner

If you and your spouse have been unable to maintain your relationship and are considering a formal separation, there are numerous considerations. Choosing to end a relationship that has lasted many years, in some cases, can be a very trying and emotional experience. Among the numerous issues that will need to be addressed is how your pension entitlement is handled and organised following the end of your relationship with your spouse.

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