Dissolution of Civil Partnerships

With the first civil partnerships in the UK formed in 2005, it is becoming more common as time passes for same-sex couples to legally separate.

If you are looking to end your civil partnership, we can guide you through the process. As with divorces, these disputes can end up in the courts but that is not the only option available.

Our lawyers will be able to guide you through the process and act on your behalf to secure the outcome you deserve. Dissolving a civil-partnership can be likened to a divorce; it terminates the civil partnership between you and your partner. We will assist you with all the required documents including the petition, conditional order and the final order. We will negotiate with the other party on your behalf to reach financial settlements and arrangements for any children you may have together.

We will give you practical advice and support you through every aspect of the process, addressing your concerns and bringing about an appropriate resolution. Rosewood Solicitors will explain the process clearly and therefore keep you informed about what is happening at each stage.

If your dissolution is amicable, you may be able to benefit from our fixed fee option.

If you entered into a civil partnership abroad, you may require the assistance of a international family law lawyers rather than a conventional divorce solicitor.

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