Brechin Tindal Oatts Solicitors

  • "really fights your corner..."
    "really fights your corner..." Chambers UK
  • "Consistently high-quality work and client-friendly approach."
    "Consistently high-quality work and client-friendly approach." Chambers UK
  • "really adaptable and innovative approach"
    "really adaptable and innovative approach" Chambers UK
  • "technical mastery (and) commercial realism ...differentiate bto from the competition.”
    "technical mastery (and) commercial realism ...differentiate bto from the competition.” Longstanding bto client
  • "The culture in the firm is second to none and all the solicitors have the highest regard for client service.”
    "The culture in the firm is second to none and all the solicitors have the highest regard for client service.” Legal 500
  • "highly experienced and knowledgeable"
    "highly experienced and knowledgeable" Legal 500
  • "professional and confidence-inspiring."
    "professional and confidence-inspiring." Legal 500
  • "Meticulous, calm and authoritative"
    "Meticulous, calm and authoritative" Chambers UK
  • "prompt, efficient and courteous service"
    "prompt, efficient and courteous service" Legal 500
  • "excellent blend of experience, technical nous and commercial sense"
    "excellent blend of experience, technical nous and commercial sense" Legal 500
  • "thorough and logical thinking"
    "thorough and logical thinking" Chambers UK
  • "superb" "fantastic grasp of detail"
    "superb" "fantastic grasp of detail" Chambers UK

Break-up Payments for Unmarried Couples?

06 July 2012

In the wake of this week’s landmark court ruling that could see break-up payments for unmarried couples, please see below a comment from Cath Karlin, bto’s accredited specialist in child and family law:

“The decision in Gow v. Grant in the Supreme court is welcome news for many in that it brings a degree of clarity in the law relating to cohabiting couples.   Until now, most people have been confused as to their rights and obligations if they co habit.    It is now crystal clear that there are financial consequences to cohabitation that many couples have overlooked in the past.   It is more important than ever that couples consider entering into cohabitation agreements regulating what is to happen if they split.”

“The level of service has always been excellent, with properly experienced solicitors dealing with appropriate cases" Legal 500

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