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At the same time, it being an unlawful, incestuous living, added to that aversion, and though I had no great concern about it in point of conscience, yet everything added to make cohabiting with him the most nauseous thing to me in the world; and I think verily it was come to such a height, that I could almost as willingly have embraced a dog as have let him offer anything of that kind to me, for which reason I could not bear the thoughts of coming between the sheets with him.
At present, many pension schemes provide survivors benefits only to married couples or civil partners, whilst even long-term cohabiting couples may get little or nothing.
WITH ERICA BURT-MOORE, PARTNER, PRIVATE CLIENT TEAM AT CLARKE WILLMOTT COHABITING couples are the fastest growing family type in the UK with 3.
As marriage rates have declined, the number of adults in cohabiting relationships has steadily increased, hitting around 18 million in 2016.
A DRAMATIC increase in the number of older cohabiting couples could lead to more people missing out on valuable tax breaks and state pension rights, an insurer warns.
A "DRAMATIC" increase in the number of older cohabiting couples could lead to more people missing out on valuable tax breaks and state pension rights, analysis by an insurer suggests.
Royal London's analysis of Office for National Statistics (ONS) figures for England and Wales covering the period 2002 to 2015 found the proportion of adults who were cohabiting rose by about one third over the period from 7.
Health experts said the fact that almost one-in-five married or cohabiting couples are constantly arguing or considering splitting up was "very concerning".
Out of all countries included in the research, Estonia has the highest rate of children living with cohabiting parents, just under 31 per cent, up from 18 per cent in 2005.