Your legal rights as a partner may depend on whether you are married or living together. Living together with someone is sometimes also called cohabitation.
Generally speaking, you will have fewer rights if you’re living together than if you’re married.
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South West Surrey Domestic Abuse Outreach Service contact details:
Tel 01483 898884, Email email@example.com
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