STLMoms: Attorney discusses Cohabitation Law

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(KTVI)- More and more couples are choosing to live together instead of getting married.

But what happens when these couples split?

Family Law Attorney Jonathan Marks with The Marks Law Firm explains.

Studies have shown that in less than ten years, more children will live in unmarried households than married households.

Jonathan tells us what protections are available to each partner and their children.

For additional information visit: STLDivorceAttorneys.com

 

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