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Separated But Living Together

If you are married or in a civil partnership and are planning a legal separation from your spouse or civil partner usually one of you may want to move out of the family home. However, this is not always possible.

This could be for several reasons, but often its due to financial constraints, as it may not be possible to sustain two separate homes. The other common reason could be the desire to maintain a stable family environment for children.

Under either of these circumstances you may not want to end the marriage or partnership formally just yet and choose to be legally separated. At this time there may be no other option but to remain living in the same house.

How can you be legally separated but living together under the same roof with your partner or spouse? In this article we will clarify what the rules are when living together and what constitutes being legally separated while still living together.

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