The court has a wide discretion on the amount to award out of the estate.The award can be a cash sum or a transfer of an asset from the estate, for example a house or a car.If romance means sharing the thrill of buzzing bars, fine dining, astonishing history and boutique shopping, then a break in a Scottish city is ideal for you.Or immerse yourself in adventurous outdoor activities before warming up by a roaring log fire on a relaxing country break.There are well over 15000 documented Scottish country dances so only very frequently danced or notable ones are listed here.Dances below are marked with the music and dance styles used: R8×32 3C/4 means a Reel of 32 bars repeated 8 times for 3 couples in a set of 4 couples in a longwise set.The letters for the music styles are: R reel; J jig; P polka; S strathspey; W waltz.Escape together on a romantic break in Scotland and we reckon it will deepen your love for each other, and you'll fall head over heels for the landscape too.
There is a limit on the amount of an award the court can make.
The mountains, glens, beaches and shimmering city skylines will thrill your hearts.
Enjoy a romantic getaway to a cottage on the very edge of nowhere, or be waited on in a luxury city hotel.
In looking at the nature of the relationship, the court will look at whether the couple were generally recognised as being a couple by their friends/family/colleagues (as opposed to flat mates, for example) and also the sexual relations and emotional support which existed between them.
There is no fixed period before a couple can be recognised as cohabiting.