Simultaneous death: who gets the family home?
A situation where two or more people die at the same time, without it being clear who died first, can have significant legal consequences.Read more
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Our leading family solicitors are experts in cohabitation law, regularly drafting and negotiating cohabitation agreements and resolving issues that have arisen as a result of not having one in place.
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