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X 2 B IS CO-HABITING - HELP

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24 Jan 08 #11733 by ahorriblemess
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X 2 b is co-habiting but he insists she pays nothing towards anything so he says this will not be taken into account in the settlement - I cannot prove she is living with him, as he says it is him that rents/pays for the house, utility bills etc ec
IS THERE ANYHTING I CAN DO ? PLEASE HELP

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24 Jan 08 #11735 by loobyloo
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Co-habitation will only affect spouse maintainance, if applicable and cohabitation is a tough one to prove....
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