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Family Law and Cohabitation

Family Law and Cohabitation

Cohabitation can be hard to prove without evidence. That's where our cohabitation reports are invaluable.

In cases where a matrimonial partner may be residing with a new partner, or if a new partner has moved into the matrimonial home, evidence can be obtained of cohabitation to assist in Child Support Agency claims and in divorce settlements.


Cohabitation agreements can be complicated, particularly when involving marriage before or after cohabitation. Our discreet investigators can produce cohabitation reports by conducting covert surveillance to ascertain who is residing at a particular address, whether they spend the night there and over what period of time - all of which is of vital use during cohabitation disputes.


Proof of cohabitation is usually needed in court to show evidence of child custody when claiming for child support or spousal maintenance.


To discuss a particular case or our services in more detail, please contact us in confidence at our London Head Office on +44 (0)20 7917 2939 or email us.


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