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A civil partnership gives same sex couples the same legal rights as their married couples.
In the same way as married couples, civil partners can enter into a legal agreement to record the division of assets should the partnership end.
To end a civil partnership, the process is similar to that of obtaining a divorce, and at the end of the process you will receive a notice of the dissolution. The process takes between 6 and 8 months to complete.
If you have children, the court will have to be satisfied that arrangements for the children, including housing, maintenance, and contact with both parents, are acceptable.
Financial matters should be resolved at the time that you are dealing with the dissolution of the Civil Partnership. This process is called
Financial settlement. If you do not do so, this can have adverse impications in the future.
It is also essential that couples who are seperating should consider preparing a will. Any existing wills should be reviewed to ensure they accord with present circumstances and wishes, and take into consideration any seperation and dissolution. Click here to view our advice in respect of wills.
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