Dissolution of a Civil Partnership
In December 2004 the government introduced the Civil Partnership Act, which allowed same sex couples similar rights to married couples.
Dissolving a Civil Partnership is a similar process to divorce and we can assist and advise you in relation to this as well as other issues that may arise such as:
There may be issues over who has contact with the child, where the child lives and who has the right to make certain decisions about the child. We have a separate website that deals with all issues concerning children. To find out more go to: www.campionssolicitors.co.uk/childlaw
If you are in a Civil Partnership, the property and financial issues are dealt with in a similar way to on divorce. We are able to represent you in any dispute over finances or if you are able to reach an agreement we can draw up an agreement which records any settlement reached.
Same Sex Relationships
Couples separating who are not in a Civil Partnership can still have many issues such as children issues and issues over property and finances. If couples are co-habiting their rights to a property can be complicated and you would need expert legal advice.
As part of our service we offer the following:
- Legal Aid (to those who are eligible)
- Free 1/2 hour Interview
- Fixed Fees Available
If you would like more information or wish to instruct us then please do not hesitate to contact us.