John M Fotheringham draws attention to the dangers of ignoring a potential alternative jurisdiction, based on domicile, for a valuable statutory claim

In SJ160/30, Mariko Wilson of Family Law in Partnership wrote on the commonly held false beliefs about cohabitation. However, the article didn't mention the Scottish angle which could affect English clients and, therefore, their practitioners.

The main point to highlight is that the Scottish statutory cohabitation scheme can apply if either party is domiciled in Scotlan...

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