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Cohabitants (previously known as Cohabitees) contains all the primary information practitioners will need when giving advice on the legal implications of unmarried cohabitation. The two authors are experienced family lawyers who have written a comprehensive account of the main legal principles and accompanied it with practical guidance. The book, which will save considerable time and effort, covers: * taxation * social security * property rights * homelessness * children * inheritance The edition contains substantial revisions to the sections on ownership of property and children. It includes case law under the Children Act 1989 and Regulations under the Child Support Act 1991. * provides clear practical information * explains underlying principles * covers a broad range of subject areas * discusses the recent Child Support Act in detail * covers the role of fat.