Civil Partnership Dissolution
Civil Partnership Dissolution Solicitors
The process of ending a civil partnership is called dissolution, and much like a divorce, various matters must be considered as part of this relationship breakdown, including joint finances and children’s arrangements.
Civil partnerships allow couples, typically same-sex couples, to “register” their relationship and become married in the eyes of the law. Couples in a civil partnership have the same rights as married couples regarding tax, inheritance and dissolution (the equivalent of divorce).
Solicitor for Civil Partnership Dissolution Near Me
As with a divorce, when applying for civil partnership dissolution, you must be able to prove that the relationship has irretrievably broken down.
With this, you will need to organise your assets, finances, property and children to ensure that every aspect of your joint life is considered. Seeking legal advice to do so will ensure that every base is covered and that, where possible, the process will remain amicable.
If you are looking for legal advice regarding civil partnership dissolution, please contact our experienced family solicitors and chartered legal executives today on 01945 583194 (Wisbech) or 01354 652606 (March), or email email@example.com. Alternatively, you can fill in our contact form.
Wisbech and March Solicitors
Bowsers Solicitors are local solicitors for the local community. We understand the emotionally overwhelming nature of civil partnership dissolution, so we can provide informed, professional and accessible advice to couples undergoing this process.
We will do all we can to ensure that you are aware of and understand your options and, as a result, will assist you in pursuing the most suitable course of action for your situation.
To speak to one of our friendly yet professional family solicitors or chartered legal executives today, please call 01945 583194 (Wisbech) or 01354 652606 (March), or email firstname.lastname@example.org. Alternatively, you can fill in our contact form.
Solicitor for Civil Partnership Dissolution Cambridgeshire
When going through the dissolution process, partners have substantial rights and obligations relating to finances, including:
- An order for maintenance pending suit (interim maintenance).
- A periodical payments order (ongoing maintenance).
- A secured provision order.
- A lump sum order.
- A property adjustment order (sale, transfer etc.).
- A pension sharing/attachment order.
As with any family law matter pertaining to relationship breakdown, seeking the appropriate advice is essential to prevent conflict between partners.