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Family & Relationships

Our Family team are approachable and friendly solicitors who will deal with your requirements in a sensitive manner. From children disputes to relationship agreements and separation, we’ll ensure the legal process is smooth and manageable for everyone involved.

 
 

More and more couples are choosing to live together and share their lives without getting married. And whilst emotionally, you may feel no different to a married couple, under the law, couples that live together without getting married do not share the same legal rights as those who marry. This can make things difficult if the relationship breaks down in the future particularly in regards to finance and property – and if children are involved, it’s important to protect their future too.

It’s sensible to plan for the future by creating a cohabitation agreement which will give you peace of mind whatever the future holds.

We know that no two cohabitation agreements are the same. Our Family Law Teams in Bristol and London have a wide range of experience and will offer you a uniquely designed agreement that realistically and effectively deals with the practicalities of living together.

Our Family Law Teams in Bristol and London will talk you through the financial and legal implications of living with a partner. We will advise you on the best protection possible and a fair outcome if the relationship breaks down.

The service is designed to give you peace of mind when taking your relationship to the next level, and our teams deal with all cases sensitively.

For enquiries, please contact one of our team for a no obligation initial phone call. Alternatively contact us via the switchboard on 0117 906 9400 in Bristol, on 020 7299 9800 in London, or via email at enquiries@gregglatchams.com.

 

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0117 906 9400

 
 
 
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