Dissolving a Civil Partnership
A Civil Partnership can only be ended on the death of one party, dissolution or annulment. A breakdown of a Civil Partnership may give rise to various issues including financial claims and arrangements for children.
A Civil Partnership is a legal status for couples who register their relationship, giving them similar rights and responsibilities to married couples. The implications for tax matters, state benefits and inheritance are far reaching.
Our specialist Civil Partnership solicitors can:
- Help you understand the process involved in dissolving a civil partnership
- Offer guidance on how to separate your finances like you would in a divorce, Including properties, investments, businesses, pensions and trusts. Our Civil Partnership Solicitors can also advise on how inherited assets will be treated.
- Assess whether any maintenance should be paid
- Help with other issues which may arise such as corporate, wills, and tax. Our solicitors are experts in all fields at Trethowans and regularly work with our colleagues to ensure you get specialist advice.
In addition to assisting in dissolving a Civil Partnership, our solicitors can provide sensitive and practical advice on the preparation of Pre-Civil Partnership Agreements to provide you with greater certainty should your relationship subsequently break down.
Our expert team of Civil Partnership Solicitors are located in in either Salisbury, Southampton, Winchester, Poole, Bournemouth and London (by appointment only) can help in putting your affairs in order. Please contact our family law team to arrange a free 30 minute consultation using the quick contact form on this page, or call 0800 2800 421.