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Unmarried partners do not have same rights to the matrimonial assets as the married couples do.
Unmarried partner can only make claim on the matrimonial assets /family home, depending on the factors whether they are joint owner, or whether they have contributed towards the purchase, mortgage or repair of the household.
Unmarried partners have fewer rights unless any money or property is in joint names or you have entered a cohabitation agreement which sets out the financial arrangements in the event you decide to go your separate ways.
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