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Stephen Boyling

Family Legal Executive

Warner Goodman LLP

HQ Phone:  +44 1329 288121

Email: s***@***.uk

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Warner Goodman LLP

Portland Chambers 66 West Street

Fareham, Hampshire,PO16 0JR

United Kingdom

Company Description

We provide legal and financial advice to a large range of clients. Our focus is on providing helpful and speedy advice and above all deliver value for money. We have six specialist departments using sophisticated IT to help us to deliver our service in a consi...more

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FAMILY LEGAL


Training Programme Manager

National Centre for Domestic Violence


Family Legal Executive

SMR Solicitors


Legal Executive

Meesons


Family Executive

Andrew & Andrew


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The Law Society

Member of the Family Law Panel


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Stephen Boyling, Family Lawyer, here reviews the contents of the letter, and why they are necessary to keep up with today's modern families.
"The idea of a no blame divorce has been on the agenda of Resolution for a number of years now, with a recent YouGov survey of the public showing that 69% agreed that people should be allowed to divorce without blame," begins Stephen. "This is the modern way that couples choose to live together; a growing number without any plans to marry," continues Stephen. "Currently, cohabiting couples have no rights surrounding their property or pensions should they split or one of them die, unless they set up a Will or cohabitation agreement, which we would always recommend. These proposals would bring recognition of this modern way of life and not discriminate against couples purely because they are not inclined to marry. "Now is the perfect opportunity for these proposals to be seized and carried forward by the next Parliament," concludes Stephen. "There is a fear that Brexit will overpower any plans that have been building in the last 10 years, and it's important that our leaders are not tempted to put changes like this, that could have a positive impact on hundreds of thousands of families, to one side. With the Conservative and Labour manifestos due out this week, it will be interesting to see where this lies in their priorities." If you are looking for advice on either divorce or cohabitation agreements, you can contact Stephen or the Family team on 02380 717431 or email familyenquiries@warnergoodman.co.uk.


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Stephen Boyling, Family Lawyer at Warner Goodman LLP, here explains how a cohabiting couple's relationship ending differs from a marriage ending and what couples can do to protect their assets in the future.
"The answer is to enter into the arrangement properly and take it very seriously," explains Stephen. "Take legal advice about what you are trying to achieve, decide on the best way the property should be owned and the consequences. Make sure that both people fully understand what they are agreeing to and what they can expect should, heaven forbid, the relationship breakdown at some point. Get an agreement drawn up properly and arrange to review it, say every 5 years, just to keep it relevant. Owning property together is a serious business, so it's important that people take it seriously." If you are cohabiting with your partner and would like to discuss setting up a Cohabitee agreement, you can contact Stephen or the Family Law team on 02380 717431 or email familyenquiries@warnergoodman.co.uk.


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Stephen Boyling
FAMILY LEGAL EXECUTIVE Stephen is our family law specialist in Ringwood. He deals with all aspects of family break up, divorce, cohabitation, children, finances and care proceedings. He is a member of the Law Society's Family Law panel.


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