Ending a civil partnership

We understand the unique aspects involved in the dissolution of civil partnerships

Ending a civil partnership involves a legal process called dissolution, which requires a minimum duration of one year of being in the civil partnership before applying for dissolution.

Similar to married couples, individuals in a civil partnership enjoy the same rights concerning tax benefits, pensions, and inheritance. Consequently, dissolving a civil
partnership grants the same entitlements as those available to a spouse going through a divorce.

The dissolution of a civil partnership follows a court procedure, similar to divorce proceedings. Throughout this process, it is possible to seek financial provision through
various means, including lump sum payments, property transfers, maintenance orders, and pension sharing orders. These provisions can also be sought in relation to any children of the partnership.

At Regency Solicitors, our knowledgeable divorce solicitors possess the expertise to offer the necessary assistance and support in legally and appropriately concluding a civil partnership. We understand the unique aspects involved in the dissolution of civil
partnerships and can guide you through the associated legal procedures. Our aim is to ensure that you receive the suitable financial provisions and that your rights remain protected throughout the entire process.

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