Cohabitation

The dangerous assumption of cohabitation rights

Pippa Allsop asks why the legislators have not yet kept up with societal changes, when even the Prime Minister is cohabiting with a partner

Family Justice Bill gives MPs chance to finally address cohabitation reforms

Survey highlights need for a serious debate about reform, writes Matthew Rogers

Being civil

Fixing the civil partnership anomaly is only the first step of a bigger cohabitation reform project, writes Jean-Yves Gilg

Time for action

Despite the recent Court of Appeal judgment, it is clear the ban on opposite-sex civil partnerships cannot continue indefinitely, writes Maeve O’Higgins

Cohabitants and pensions – jointly and severally

While the immediate significance of Brewster is limited, it once more shines a light on the differences in law between married and cohabiting couples, explains Shlomit Glaser

‘Long overdue’ cohabitation laws urgently needed

Lawyers call on government to introduce protection for fastest growing family type

Cohabitation myths debunked, again

John M Fotheringham draws attention to the dangers of ignoring a potential alternative jurisdiction, based on domicile, for a valuable statutory claim