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06 Apr 12 #322060 by Meezey231
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my ex of over 18 months has moved her partner in with her, we have basically sorted finacial matters out through mediation, im still in the marital home and going to buy her out, just curious will it have a difference on the final outcome of finances with her co-habiting
any info would be great

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06 Apr 12 #322070 by eyes on horizon
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Not unless you think it should? Tbh Cohab only means that the new partner is expected to contribute to her household costs, but their furnaces and income are not normally looked at.

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