Worthingtons Solicitors

Co-habitation rights

A short guide on the legal position of cohabitees in Northen Ireland

Here at Worthingtons Solicitors, we know that the end of a relationship inevitably results in distress to the parties involved.

For a couple who have lived together and whose finances have become inextricably linked, trying to resolve ownership of or entitlement to property, or other assets after a relationship breakdown, can be difficult. Litigation can ensue when the extent of each party’s entitlement to assets becomes a bone of contention.

We at Worthingtons have specialist solicitors who have extensive experience in acting in these sorts of cases and will do our best to assist you in resolving such matters without having to go to court or in representing you at court if you do.

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