We have a team of experienced and qualified solicitors who can help you with all aspects of your civil partnership, from the initial paperwork through to the final settlement. We can also provide you with advice on how to dissolution your civil partnership if that is something you are considering.
So whether you need help getting everything in order before your big day, or you need some legal advice after your civil partnership has ended, we can assist you. Get in touch with us today to find out more about our services and how we can help you.
Fill in this form and a member of our civil partnership services team will give you a callJon Stones - Director
The Civil Partnership Act of 2004 granted same-sex couples a range of rights and duties akin to those of married couples through a civil partnership, including but not limited to:
Civil partnerships are ended through dissolution or divorce, releasing both parties from any further legal obligation.
ame-sex couples in the UK have had the right to enter into a civil partnership since 2004. This gives them many of the same rights and responsibilities as married couples, including joint ownership of property, inheritance rights, and next-of-kin status in hospitals. Civil partnerships can be dissolved in much the same way as marriages, through either divorce or dissolution. Once dissolved, neither partner has any legal obligation to the other.