A civil partnership needs to be dissolved through the Courts, and although it is similar there are some differences with divorce proceedings. In order for dissolution of a civil partnership to take place, the irretrievable breakdown of the relationship must be proved.
This could be because of one of the following reasons:
In order to dissolve a civil partnership you must have been together more than one year.
If your relationship ends our family law solicitor can help you to dissolve the relationship explaining procedures, help with any financial claims, assist with factors that govern the division of assets and any issues relating to children you have.
When a civil partnership ends, both parties have the same financial legal rights as divorcing couples. You have the rights to claim maintenance, lump sum payments, property transfer and pension sharing/attachment orders.
Through our experience we know that mediation can be a useful tool sometimes to resolve matters, and we can arrange for you to have access to this service.
Our family law solicitor and accredited panel specialist, Deb Choudhuri, is a member of Resolution and other societies, meaning he is committed to the constructive resolution of family disputes.
At Hattons Solicitors we pride ourselves on our expertise and experience. We can advise you of your best options and answer any concerns or questions that you have before deciding to proceed.
We work closely with our clients to keep them informed about their cases and our clients can also access our online file view system to find out where their case is up to at their own convenience.
Click here to find out about the limited legal funding options available for specific types of family law cases
We cover all aspects of family law and offer very competitive rates and payment plans to ease the financial pressure. Costs can be discussed at the initial appointment. Click this link to check if you qualify for Legal Aid or not.
If you would like to find out about Hattons civil partnership services call our expert family law legal team on 0800 298 9690 or alternatively fill in the Call Back Request form to the right of this screen.