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Living under the same roof after a separation

Abstract : In 1 out of 4 separations in France, the former partners continue living together under the same roof. While most often temporary, this arrangement lasts at least a year for 1 out of every 5 unions that have experienced it. ‘Living together apart’ is more frequent when couples have children and shared assets. Reasons most often given are ‘practical or logistic, time to make arrangements’ (70%), followed by ‘for the children’ (24%) and ‘financial’ reasons (21%).
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Wilfried Rault, Arnaud Régnier-Loilier. Living under the same roof after a separation. Population & Societies, 2020, pp.1-4. ⟨hal-02975601⟩

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