If you are in a same sex civil partnership but wish to end it, we can help you. Just as we have many others.
To end your civil partnership you will need to get a dissolution. You must have been in your civil partnership for at least 12 months and you must prove that it has irretrievably broken down.
Adultery cannot be used as the basis for your civil partnership dissolution. However, you can refer to adultery as an example of unreasonable behaviour.
In the same way, as married couples, you have the right to make financial claims against each other. Our family law solicitors can help you to decide how to proceed and guide you through the process.
If you need help from a family law solicitor now, you can contact Kirpal Bidmead on 01332 226 174 or alternatively, click here to send her an email.
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