Dissolving a Civil Partnership
What is Civil Partnership Dissolution?
A Civil Partnership is a union for same-sex couples that allows their relationship to be legally recognised, similar to a marriage. Due to being similar to a divorce, dissolving a Civil Partnership can be complicated to navigate as it may bring up a multitude of issues. For instance, relationship breakdowns, financial arrangements, living situation problems and child support are all individually difficult factors that may arise. These issues need to be considered and will sometimes need to be dealt with by the court.
Due to the complicated circumstances that go into a civil partnership being dissolved, it is essential that you do not attempt going about a civil partnership dissolution without the assistance of a lawyer.
How can we help?
At Morecrofts we have an award-winning team of family law solicitors that include a team of Relationship Breakdown specialists. We understand that this can be an upsetting and stressful time, which is why we pride ourselves in being able to take some of the pressure off by assisting you with all of your legal needs. With the help of our expert team, the procedure will be easier to navigate.
How much does a Civil Partnership Dissolution Cost?
We appreciate that legal costs can be confusing, so we have compiled a range of payment plans that allow you to select what best fits your needs and budget. These plans include fixed fee packages as well as our traditional fee system. We will advise you on your payment plan process, ensuring that you make the most suitable choice. We will asses whether you are eligible for Legal Aid and, as we have a contract with the Legal Aid Agency, we can grant legal aid immediately if necessary.
Find out more
We assure you that our team care about the outcome of your case, and will work to obtain the best solution for your situation. To find out more or to speak to one of our civil partnership dissolution experts, call 0151 236 8871, email firstname.lastname@example.org or use our contact form.