If you need to end a civil partnership, our family law solicitors can help you through the Court process, reach a financial settlement and work out financial maintenance.
The legal process of ending a civil partnership is called ‘dissolution’. If you want to dissolve your civil partnership, the first steps are to:
Our team of expert family law solicitors can help you dissolve your civil partnership, and reach a financial settlement with your former partner.
We can help if you are the petitioner (if you started the process of dissolving the partnership) or the respondent (if you have received dissolution papers).
There are various Court fees payable if you want to end your civil partnership. The Court fees are payable whether you use a solicitor or handle the dissolution yourself. Examples of Court fees include:
Depending on your individual circumstances, you may have to pay additional Court fees.
Legal fees cover the cost of things like the solicitor or mediator’s time advising you, preparing documents and representing you at Court (if required).
Legally, the only basis for dissolution is the ‘irretrievable breakdown of the partnership’, which can be established in one of four different ways:
One of our expert family law solicitors can advise you on every aspect of ending your civil partnership – from filling out your dissolution petition and completing paperwork, to reaching a settlement.
If you need to end a civil partnership, it is best to take legal advice at an early stage. Whether the situation with your former partner is amicable or more difficult, a solicitor will help you find a way forward and protect your interests at every step.
If you need advice about dissolving your civil partnership, call our solicitors. A dedicated family law solicitor will outline your options and tell you how we can help.
Come in and see us for a FREE 30 minute face-to-face consultation about your options. Alternatively, if you want us to take a closer look at your situation, for a fixed fee of £150 + VAT, we can talk with you for up to 90 minutes.
For a free initial chat, at no obligation, or fill out our enquiry form and a solicitor will get in touch.
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