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Rose & Rose
TOLATA Dispute Solicitors
TOLATA Claim Specialists
At Rose & Rose, our family law and dispute resolution solicitors possess specialised knowledge and experience in making and defending TOLATA claims. We will collaborate with you to resolve your disputes in the most practical and cost-effective manner possible, guiding you through the entire process and helping you avoid unnecessary stress.
Regardless of the complexity of your case, we have the knowledge and expertise to get you the best result through skilled negotiation or robust representation in the courts.
Our TOLATA solicitors can help you with the following:
- Review your case and ascertain your ownership status of a property and how this will apply to your rights.
- Make a TOLATA Claim
- Defend a TOLATA Claim
- Children Act 1989 – for separating couples who have children, we can advise on making a financial provision for children under a Schedule One of the Children Act Claim.
- Alternative dispute resolution, including negotiation or mediation – where possible, we will negotiate a settlement during these stages without going to court.
- Represent you in court – if it is still not possible to settle your claim out of court, then your case can progress to the court for them to decide, where we can provide representation.
Seeking early legal advice is your best form of defence. Proving your legal rights regarding a financial interest in a property, especially if you are not a named owner, can involve complex legal arguments. Therefore, it is vital that you have specialist legal advice to ensure the best outcome.
Find out more about TOLATA disputes by clicking the link below:
Legal Protection for Cohabiting Couples
Cohabiting partners are the fastest growing type of family, with over 3.6 million partners cohabiting in the UK. However, until existing reviews on divorce and weddings law have concluded, cohabiting partners do not have equal rights to those who are married, even after a certain amount of time living together. In the event of a dispute or separation, cohabiting partners will need to rely on complicated property law and outdated legislation regarding child support and, therefore, face the following risks:
- If your name is not on a rental agreement or property deed, you are not automatically entitled to stay in your home. You may be asked to leave your home and left with nothing even if you have put money into it by, for example, helping with a mortgage or deposit, paying bills, etc.
- If you had children together, one of you would be obligated to support the children. However, this obligation doesn’t extend to supporting the other partner. As a result, the financially weaker partner might end up without any rights to support that they may have previously relied upon.
Our private client and family law teams can provide specialist advice and guidance on the various legal precautions you can take to protect yourself, including:
Read more about the rights of cohabiting couples by clicking the link below:
TOLATA and Cohabitation Solicitors
If you would like more detailed information on making or defending a TOLATA claim, or about your rights as a cohabiting couple and/or need legal advice concerning your best options if something unforeseen happens, please do not hesitate to contact a member of our team below. You can also email firstname.lastname@example.org to arrange an initial consultation to discuss the best way forward for you, and we will provide you with further and specific advice tailored to your circumstances.
Our experienced and understanding team are here to help you. We will work with you to ensure the best possible outcome.
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