Civil Partnership Dissolution2018-05-22T14:23:36+00:00

Civil Partnership Dissolution

Oracle Solicitors team of experienced divorce and separation lawyers in London and Belfast understand the stress that a civil partnership dissolution can place on you and your family.

Our expert solicitors will approach each case with a “hands-on” approach to ensure that your situation is being handled as fast and efficiently as possible, in order to minimise disruption to your day to day life.

London: 020 3051 5060
Belfast: 028 9002 2371

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What is a Civil Partnership Dissolution?

You are required to have been in a Civil Partnership for at least a year before you can apply to the Court to end it. This is called Civil Partnership Dissolution. You are not free to enter into another Civil Partnership until this process is complete.

The only ground for dissolving a Civil Partnership is an irretrievable breakdown of the relationship.

You must be able to prove at least one of the following:

  • Unreasonable Behaviour
  • 2 Years Separation with Consent
  • 5 Years Separation
  • Desertion

Do I need Legal Advice?

It is very important that you get legal advice on ending your Civil Partnership as early as possible to ensure that proceedings are issued on the most appropriate basis. Amending Court documents at a later stage can lead to delay and unnecessary costs.

If you have a question regarding the dissolution of a civil partnership call us today for an initial discussion with no obligation:

London: 020 3051 5060
Belfast: 028 9002 2371

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