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Cohabiting couples and property rights

  Statistics show that the number of couples who are choosing to live together without getting married or entering into a civil partnership is increasing. For the purpose of this blog, I will use the phrase cohabiting couple to mean a couple who live together but are not married or in a civil partnership. What

Unmarried parents – legal rights (Part two)

    47.6% of children born in the UK in 2016 were born outside marriage or civil partnership (Office for National Statistics statistical bulletin 19th July 2017), yet many unmarried parents do not understand the implication that this has on their legal relationship with their child or their financial obligations. In part one of this

Unmarried parents – legal rights  (Part one)

  47.6% of children born in the UK in 2016 were born outside marriage or civil partnership (Office for National Statistics statistical bulletin 19th July 2017), yet many unmarried parents do not understand the implication that this has on their legal relationship with their child or their financial obligations. Today we will consider unmarried parents’ legal

Family Law Partners & IBM – a case-study in innovation

Global tech powerhouse IBM has published a case-study detailing Family Law Partners’ use of its data-analytics platform IBM Watson. Published online, the case study showcases the innovative approach to data analytics that Family Law Partners has taken to help clients decide which resolution method best suits their unique circumstances. The firm see innovation in technology