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Our civil partnership dissolution solicitors understand that a breakdown of a civil partnership is obviously a very personal issue. It is therefore our aim to offer a personalised service to all of our clients and ensure that everything is progressed as swiftly, amicably and cost effectively as required. It is our role to take the emotion out of the situation and assist you in finding tailor-made solutions that will hopefully enable everyone to move on with their lives in an amicable way, something which is especially important where children are involved.
Grounds for dissolution
The law relating to dissolution is dealt with by the Divorce, Dissolution and Separation Act 2020. Under this statute, the only way to obtain a dissolution is for the parties to have been married for one year and for it to be shown that there has been an “irretrievable breakdown” between them. To demonstrate “irretrievable breakdown” one or both parties to the marriage must confirm to the Court that the marriage has irretrivably broken down.
There is a 5-stage timetable for progressing a dissolution to its completion.
Dealing with the financial issues and/or arrangements in respect of the children
When dealing with the breakdown of a civil partnership, it is important to remember that the Dissolution Order itself will only legally separate you from the other party and will not address your respective financial claims against each other. There may also be a need to seek legal advice in connection with the arrangements for the children. Indeed, the work involved in obtaining a Dissolution Order is normally straightforward – with the majority of the work carried out by a family solicitor being in connection with resolving the financial issues or arrangements in respect of children.
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Tel: 020 3443 9576
Partners – S Bagha LLB Hons, R Green LLB Hons, L McLaughlin LLB Hons, L Silk BA Hons & J Sole LLB Hons
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