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Shropshire Star

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September 29, 2014

Base divorce deals on contribution

Marilyn Stowe says it is not right for judges to take into account “potential cohabitation” with a new man when assessing wives’ financial needs then leave them to return to court to ask for more if that new relationship fails.

Mrs Stowe, senior partner at law firm Stowe Family Law, suggested that experience had taught her not to have “great faith” in the “cohabitation potential” of such relationships.


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