Dissolution of a civil partnership
How to Find Divorce Solicitors for Dissolving Civil Partnerships
As of now, it is legal in UK to register relationships between people of the same sex. Registration of such relationships is done through civil partnerships, which can be dissolved later on. However, dissolution is slightly different from divorce and that’s primarily because civil partnerships are treated differently from marriages as far as the law is concerned. Furthermore, for dissolution, you need to find reliable divorce solicitors, who can guide you through the process of ending or dissolving civil partnerships. Here are a few simple steps to find the solicitors.
Start by ensuring that you have one of the valid reasons for dissolution.
Do some research and find out more about typical reasons such as behaviour and desertion.
Make sure that you are not citing adultery as the reason for dissolution.
Look for solicitors who can help in drawing up a separation agreement.
Ensure that the solicitors are familiar with the rules governing the agreement.
Find out if the solicitors can be contacted immediately in case of domestic violence especially if you are a victim of domestic violence.
Look for solicitors who are willing to provide you with relevant information, whether it’s about dissolution or domestic abuse.
In the first meeting itself, find out how they calculate their charges.
Get a detailed breakdown of the estimated costs.
Find out if you are supposed to pay something extra for an external resource.
- Look at the track record and ensure the chosen divorce solicitors have played an important role in the dissolution of several civil partnerships.
- Start looking for solicitors only if your partnership satisfies the one year rule.
- In case of domestic violence, ask the solicitors to apply to the court for protection.
- Obtain more information about the reasons that the court is likely to accept.
- After finding one of the valid reasons for separation, ask the solicitors to advise you and tell you the tentative plan of action.
- Ensure that the solicitors have the ability to show the court that the partnership has irretrievably broken down.
- Keep in mind that the solicitors can only help you with dissolution if both of you, i.e. you and your partners agree especially in a scenario where the two have been separated for at least 2 years.
- Make sure that the solicitors know that the two of you need not necessarily be living in different properties.
- In case the two of you have been separated for at least 5 years, the solicitors must clearly tell you that dissolution can be achieved even if only one of you agrees.
Video: The Divorce / Dissolution Process Explained
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