Given how common break-ups are, it’s no surprise that several of my relatives are divorced. In fact, in my family, the one marriage that has survived the longest isn’t really a marriage per se, but a 30 year, common law relationship.
If you’re considering "shacking up" without getting married first (or at all!), then join staff from Calgary Legal Guidance for an overview of the rights and obligations of common law partners. Common law arrangements have implications for children, housing, property, and even wills and estates. Why not learn more, and have your questions answered?
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