The Living Together Campaign - An investigation of its impact on legally aware cohabitants

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The Living Together Campaign - An investigation of its impact on legally aware cohabitants

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Title: The Living Together Campaign - An investigation of its impact on legally aware cohabitants
Author: Barlow, Anne
Burgoyne, Carole
Smithson, Janet
Citation: Ministry of Justice Research Series 5/07
Publisher: Ministry of Justice, UK.
Date Issued: 2007-07
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10036/15235
Links: http://www.justice.gov.uk/docs/living-together-research-report.pdf
Abstract: This is a summary of the findings of a short study carried out between January and September 2006 into the behaviour and attitudes of a group of ‘legally aware’ cohabitants/former cohabitants and intending cohabitants who had accessed The Living Together Campaign (LTC)’s website on the legal position of cohabiting couples - http://www.advicenow.org.uk/livingtogether. ‘Legally aware’ cohabitants are defined here as those cohabitants who do not believe in the ‘common law marriage myth’ and thus are aware by having accessed the LTC website or by prior knowledge that they do not have the same rights as married couples.
Type: Technical Report
Description: Research Report to the Ministry of Justice, UK.
Keywords: CohabitationFamily lawDomestic relations
ISBN: 978-1-84099-000-3
Funders/Sponsor: Ministry of Justice, UK.


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