Relationships and Cohabitation Scotland
Many couples in Scotland choose to cohabit before committing to marriage or civil partnership.
If you choose cohabitation (living together) with your partner, it’s important to be aware that under Scots Law, you and your partner will have certain rights under Scots Law. And these rights differ significantly from those under marriage or civil partnership.
Cohabitation Legal Advice Glasgow & Edinburgh Scotland
Our family solicitors can offer you and your partner clear, practical advice on all aspects of cohabitation in Scotland, including clear guidance on some of the most significant cohabitation and other relationship or family law issues:-
- The home, whether owning or renting
- Children, custody and access
- Financial concerns
- Date of the start or end of the cohabitation period
We are based in Glasgow city centre and Shawlands, however our team can advise on a full range of legal services in Scotland, including those from Paisley, Ayr, Kilmarnock, Troon, East Kilbride, Livingston, Cumbernauld, Edinburgh, Greenock and many other Scottish towns and cities.
Contact our Family Law Expert – Emma King
Emma King leads the Family Law team at Clarity. Emma is one of the three highest rated Family Law Solicitors in Glasgow, so when you instruct our team, you can have the confidence your matter is in the most capable hands.
Emma has extensive experience supporting families through the most delicate and challenging legal issues, including Divorce, Child Contact & Custody and Financial Separation. She takes pride in helping to make these difficult situations more manageable for her clients, so they can focus on the future. Emma and the Family Law team are recognised for their straightforward, practical and friendly approach. They will work closely with you to find the best solution for you and your family – within your budget and timeframe.
Emma is a member of the Family Law Association and is qualified to practice collaborative family law, assisting former partners to resolve their disputes out of court.