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Cohabitation Agreements In Glasgow
You should strongly consider putting in place a cohabitation agreement if you are thinking of moving in with your partner or have been living with your partner for some time and have decided not to get married or enter a civil partnership.
A cohabitation agreement's purpose is to primarily deal with what should happen in unfortunate and unforeseen events such as your partner passing away or your relationship breaking down. The agreement is tailored to your individual needs and covers situations including asset distribution in the event of separation.
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Amanda is highly experienced in all family law matters. She has attained three accreditations from the Law Society of Scotland namely Family Law, Child Law and Family Law Mediation. She is a member of CALM and the Family Law Association. Amanda is qualified to provide clients with numerous options in terms of dispute resolution in family law. Amanda is an experienced litigator. She regularly appears in the Sheriff Court in cases involving the welfare of children and financial matters. She is also well versed in Court of Session litigation, having been instructed in many key family law decisions. Amanda regularly deals with negotiated cases, recognising that court is not always the best place in which to resolve family law disputes. Find out more.
Jenny has experience of all aspects of family law, including divorce and separation, civil partnership, financial provision, cohabitant claims, preparation of pre and post nuptial agreements, cohabitation agreements and issues to do with children including residence and contact. She has a particular interest and experience in the financial issues arising from separation and divorce, often involving high net worth, complex or unusual matters. She has been involved in many complicated cases in both the Sheriff Court and the Court of Session. Find out more.
Alexis is a member of the Family Law Association and has experience in all matters relating to family law including separation, divorce, financial provision, cohabitation and residence and contact disputes relating to children. She has developed solid advocacy skills in the course of her career representing clients at Sheriff Courts across Scotland in relation to matters concerning their children and their finances. Alexis is particularly focused on cases involving financial provision on Divorce and has acted for clients who are involved in high-value divorce actions both at the Sheriff Court and the Court of Session involving individuals who have resided across Scotland. Find out more.
Christopher provides advice on all aspects of family law, including divorce and separation, financial provision, cohabitation and child contact and residence disputes. In addition, Christopher has a significant degree of experience in cases involving referrals to the Children's Reporter, as well as Permanence and Adoption cases. Since qualifying, he has predominantly worked within the area of Family and Child law and has a particular interest in children's rights and child welfare.
Lynsey provides advice on all aspects of family law, including divorce & separation, financial provision on divorce, dissolution of civil partnerships, child residence and contact issues, actions in relation to parental rights and responsibilities, cohabitation claims, cohabitation agreements and pre- and post-nuptial agreements. She has a specific interest in adoption and has experience in running step-parent adoption cases in particular, as well as experience in running court actions in relation to surrogacy. Find out more.