Sara Reis, deputy director and head of research and policy at the UK Women’s Budget Group, adds that the situation can force low-earning partners – often women – like Tucker into a vulnerable position. In the UK, research suggests that more than a third of women are financially dependent on their partner compared to just 11% of men. Similarly, Zoopla’s survey showed 46% of women said that they had no savings when they split up with their partner, making the thought of finding a deposit for a rental property or covering the costs of buying a new home impossible.

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