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08 June 2022

What makes cohabiting clients vulnerable? Matthew Booth talks to Money Marketing magazine.

Family Law expert Matthew Booth comments on the complexity and financial realities when cohabitating couples separate in Money Marketing's article published on 1 June 2022 and linked below with kind permission . Highlighting the myth of common law marriage, he warns of the limited financial claims available to those who may have given up careers to raise and care for children without consideration of the potential downside should the relationship break down.

For further information, please contact Matthew Booth by email or call 020 7465 4374

https://www.moneymarketing.co.uk/news/latest-edition/?nocache=true&login_errors%5B0%5D=empty_password&_lsnonce=189a518931&rememberme=1&ct_629ddee29350d=629ddee293510&adfesuccess=1 

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