Barlow’s Cohabitants and the Law, 4th edition by David Josiah-Lake (4/6)

It is telling that, despite numerous attempts to curb this practice, in 2018 tabloids and many of their readers still continue to refer to unmarried cohabiting couples as ‘common law spouses’, which phrase implies rights that do not exist in law. Indeed, a poll conducted by Resolution (the association of family solicitors) during the Cohabitation […]

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New Book Review: Barlow’s Cohabitants and the Law, 4th edition by David Josiah-Lake

Josiah-Lake Gardiner are pleased to announce that David Josiah-Lake’s latest book “Barlow’s Cohabitants and the Law, 4th edition” has received another fantastic review. In the November 2018 Newsletter issued by the Association of Lawyers for Children, Poonam Bhari of 3PB writes“This 4th edition is a clearly written and invaluable resource for dealing with the issues and […]

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Book Review: Barlow’s Cohabitants and the Law, 4th edition by David Josiah-Lake

Josiah-Lake Gardiner are pleased to report that David Josiah-Lake’s latest book “Barlow’s Cohabitants and the Law, 4th edition” has received a fantastic review by Graeme Fraser in the New Law Journal (19 October 2018). The review notes that David’s book provides “a clear and easily accessible summary of rights and remedies for cohabitants living together and […]

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Barlow’s Cohabitants and the Law, 4th edition by David Josiah-Lake (3/6)

The word ‘cohabitation’ has come to denote the situation where two people live together as husband and wife or as civil partners in a family framework analogous to marriage or civil partnership, without actually having gone through a ceremony of marriage or entering into a civil partnership. There is no formal definition of ‘cohabitants’ but, […]

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