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Synonyms for cohabit

share living quarters

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Members of family law group Resolution regularly see the injustice suffered when the relationships of cohabiting couples break down.
Cohabiting relationships are far more likely than married relationships to break up even when couples have children (Osborne, Manning, & Smock, 2007).
The sisters have been fighting for decades - writing to the Chancellor of the day before every Budget since 1976, pleading for recognition as a cohabiting couple.
Our objectives are to assess the extent to which single women are sexually active and at risk of poor sexual and reproductive health outcomes, and therefore are in need of reproductive health services; to identify differences in these patterns between single women and married or cohabiting women; and to examine differences in these patterns among demographic subgroups.
Resolution, an association of 5,000 family lawyers that campaigns for fair family law, has been calling for a new law to protect cohabiting couples since 2000.
For never-married cohabiting Hispanic and black mothers, marriage after the birth of a child does not provide an advantage in terms of stability.
Unfortunately married couples and cohabiting couples were not differentiated in this research.
This report reveals how young adult consumers have different stages in their lifecycles and how their wants and needs reflect this, the report examines young adult groups including people in full time education, at the beginning of their working lives, people who have been promoted to managerial positions, parents with children, single people and people cohabiting.
It is also essential when marrying or cohabiting that consideration is given to what should happen should the couple split.
The think-tank also discovered that more couples are cohabiting than ever before - with the average time living together before tying the knot doubling to three-and-a-half years in the past four decades.
But factors such as whet her t he y a re married or cohabiting, age and length of the partnership all have an effect on the exact level of happiness.
CHILDREN should be taught the difference between marriage and cohabiting, according to a Huddersfield councillor.
92 per cent of their pay set aside by someone who was married or cohabiting, according to National Savings and Investments.
23 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- Working Paper on the Change in Cohabiting Couples from 2009 to 2010 - This research paper from Rose Kreider, a demographer in the Census Bureau's Housing and Household Economic Statistics Division, examines the factors that may have contributed to the increase in cohabitation as well as the characteristics of couples living together.
The study of married and cohabiting couples found where both partners are in full-time employment, equality is fast approaching, with women covering 48% of all mortgage repayments.