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    Help with civil partnerships

    Since 2005, same sex couples have been able to enter into registered civil partnerships and since 2014, same sex couples have been able to enter into marriage. In 2019, legislation was also introduced to allow opposite couples to enter into civil partnerships.

    Whilst same sex couples can now legally marry in England and Wales, a civil partnership is considered an alternative to the traditional or religious aspects of marriage. A registered civil partnership confers similar rights, obligations and duties as those conferred upon married couples but outside of the institution of marriage. A civil partnership can help afford you protection, both legally and financially, and our team of civil partnership lawyers can discuss with you the rights and responsibilities arising from civil partnerships. 

    Dissolution of civil partnerships

    Our team of civil partnership lawyers also has experience of acting for registered civil partners in the dissolution of their civil partnership and will handle your case with the sensitivity and clarity necessary during such a difficult time.  We can advise you about the procedure for dissolving your civil partnership and prepare the necessary paperwork for you. If you have received paperwork regarding the dissolution of your civil partnership from the Court or from your civil partner or thier lawyer, we can go through this with you and deal with the paperwork on your behalf if necessary.  

    Our team of advisors can also discuss with you the financial implications of the dissolution of your civil partnership and how these can be resolved. 

    For further information please contact one of the team.
     

       

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    Marriage and Civil Partnerships

    Since 2005, same sex couples have been able to enter into civil partnerships in England and Wales and from July 2013, same sex couples are also now able to marry. Those already in civil partnerships can choose to convert their relationship to a marriage either at a register office or a religious or approved premises where same sex marriages are permitted. 

    I'm heterosexual and would like to enter into a civil partnership

    Joanna Pratt spoke to the Finanical Times in response to a reader’s question on civil partnerships for heterosexual couples. 

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