There are two ways to own a property with someone else – as joint tenants and as tenants in common. There are key differences between the two. The right option for you will depend on your personal preferences.
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What happens to the possessions brought into marriage?
Courts usually take them into consideration if the marriage is short (usually under 6 years, this is a rule of thumb) and no children. But otherwise they are difficult to ring fence.
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