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Family Law – Cohabitation and Marriage

Overview

During the course of the lesson students will learn the difference between marriage and cohabitation and consider what legal rights come with both. Students will  explore the changing attitudes in society to marriage and cohabitation. Finally, students will explore the legal rights that a fictitious couple would have at various stages of their lives depending...
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