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Do you require cohabitation investigations? Solicitors often require this information before proceeding.
Fraudulent benefit claims and landlord investigations also available on request.
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Cohabitation investigations are conducted for a number of reasons. Solicitors often require this service to support their client in post-divorce maintenance payment cases and financial settlement cases. Private Clients also require this service for the same reasons.
Local authorities frequently request this service for fraudulent benefit claims and landlords and letting agents request the service when they suspect their tenants of living with a third party who is not on the tenancy agreement.
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COHABITATION CASE MANAGER
We understand that every case is very different so each case is appointed a highly experienced case manager who will discuss your circumstances and advise you of the best course of action to prove cohabitation.
COMPREHENSIVE COHABITATION REPORT
Our proof of cohabitation reports contain photographic evidence and a very detailed report, including any additional evidence gathered from other sources.
In cases where you are due a maintenance payment review hearing and you suspect that your ex partner may be cohabiting do not leave it too late to contact us as the judge will expect to see evidence gathered on three separate visits. The longer the time between visits the more chance you have that the judge will accept cohabitation is taking place. We generally conduct surveillance over two to three weeks, which has proven to be highly successful and satisfactory to The Court.
Frequently Asked Questions
Frequently asked questions in relation to our ‘Proof Of Cohabiting’ service. If you can’t find the answer you’re looking for, please contact a member of our team. All calls and forms of communication are 100% confidential.
Joint leases or a letter from your landlord stating that you live at the address, joint utility bills, individual utility bills and letters addressed to you both at the same address are all valid proof of cohabitation.
You do not count as living together unless you are living together in the same home as a couple. People are often told that if their partner stays over 2 or 3 nights a week that it counts as living together.
Although there is no legal definition of living together, it generally means to live together as a couple without being married - couples who live together are sometimes called common-law partners.