Civil partnerships are a legal commitment which can only end if annulled, dissolved or if one of the party dies.
Dissolving a civil partnership can involve complex legal negotiations. When couples form a civil partnership, they have legal rights including financial support obligations to a partner and also obligations to support any children of the relationship.
Our family law experts are able to offer expert advice in relation to civil partnership breakdown, to deal with financial provision and arrangements for any children. We can guide you through dissolving the civil partnership and the financial implications that may follow.
For confidential advice at a time and place to suit you, contact:
Consultant, Head of Family
T: 0191 212 firstname.lastname@example.org