Civil Partnership

In the event of a Civil Partnership breaking down the court can provide for the dissolution of the partnership. This is similar to what might be seen with divorce for married couples and civil partnership solicitors London must be consulted within a situation like this.

An application is made to the Court for the dissolution of the civil partnership on the ground that the partnership has broken down irretrievably. This can be proved by relying on one of the following four facts:

  • Unreasonable behaviour
  • Two years desertion
  • Separation for a period of two years civil partner’s consent
  • Separation for a period of five years civil partner’s consent

As civil partnership solicitors London, our aim is to ensure that, wherever possible, the dissolution of your civil partnership is processed as quickly as possible as to shorten this difficult period.

An application for financial provision can be done through a lump sum, property transfer, maintenance and pension sharing orders. There is also the possibility of financial provision which can be applied for in respect of any child or children of the family.

There is an entitlement of the civil partner who is seeking dissolution not to be evicted from the home that the couple has shared. There is the potential for an application of an injunction order under the Family Law Act 1996 if there has been domestic violence.

Contact us and let the best civil partnership lawyer guide you through the tricky situation of dissolution of a civil partnership

FAQ

  1. What is a civil partnership?

    Are you wondering what does civil partnership mean? A civil partnership can be termed as a legally recognised relationship between a couple. The civil partnership is only effective if it is registered.

    The civil partnership agreement works on the same conditions as marriage. Civil partnership solicitors can help get your partnership registered and provide a civil partnership certificate.

  2. How to register a civil partnership?

    A civil partnership is usually registered by a couple, either of the same-sex or opposite sex. For successfully registering a civil partnership, both you and your partner have to sign a civil partnership document in presence of a registrar and two witnesses.

    On completion of these conditions, you and your partner will be considered a legally registered civil partner, and a certificate will be issued to you.

  3. How much does a civil partnership cost?

    The civil partnership cost is quite reasonable and can be easily borne by people of every segment. The costs include:

    1. Registration costs
    2. The fee of the UK registrar office
    3. The fee of a solicitor
    4. Certification cost

    The entire fee for the civil partnership depends on the circumstances at the time of registration.

  4. What is the difference between marriage and civil partnerships?

    A civil partnership and a marriage are both forms of legal agreement made for couples who wish to stay together. The major difference between marriage and civil partnership depends on legal technicalities.

    Marriage includes forming and saying vows, wherein, a civil partnership includes signing the civil partnership document. A marriage ends with a divorce, whereas a civil partnership between you and your legally registered civil partner can be ended by dissolution.

  5. Is a civil partnership legally binding?

    Yes, a civil partnership is legally recognised by the law in the UK. The civil partnership agreement can be made for a couple of the same sex or opposite sex.

    It involves various benefits such as tax, pensions, etc., similar to that of a marriage. The civil partnership solicitors can initiate the process for you and even help you in case you want to dissolute the civil partnership.