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  • Childcare arrangements and social distancing - The knock-on effects of the global pandemic are huge. This challenging time is particularly hard for separated parents, who may face challenges with maintaining on going childcare arrangements. Some of the problems being highlighted to our offices include: A parent becoming symptomatic and falling into the self-isolate category, being unable to assist with handovers and [...]
  • The number of cohabitating couples is on the rise - The ONS (Office of National Statistics) completes UK-wide survey every year. The survey covers a range of demographics including living arrangements. The 2017 survey highlighted that cohabitating couples (couples who live together but are not married) were the fastest growing family type, and the 2018 report confirmed that the cohabitating couple were the second largest family type in the UK. The number of cohabitating couples grew by 3.4 million people from 2017 to 2018.
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Separation Agreements Parrott & Coales, Solicitors in Aylesbury

Separation Agreements

The Law on Separation Agreements

Separation agreements are a way of recording an agreement that a couple have reached. They can apply to both married and unmarried families. The benefit of a separation agreement is that this will be a clear record of what the parties have agreed and it would usually be on the basis that this would be in full and final settlement of all financial or domestic matters.

 

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