Blog archive: April 2020

  • Posted on April 24, 2020
    Following the Government instruction for everyone to stay in their own home, leaving only for essentials like food shopping and necessary work, and social distancing, people in new relationships or non-cohabitating relationships, found themselves in a position where they were unable to see each other face to face and share the usual social activities. This meant that there was the possibility of a long-standing relationship failing or a new one not getting off the ground. As a result, some couples decided to move in together in a sudden decision, probably not as well thought out as it might have been with planning and financial discussions. Usually, a couple move in together in a long term plan, or, sometimes, as a trial to see if it is what they want long term.
    Posted in: Family Law

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