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Wirral Family Law
0151-343 3150
15-19 Allport Lane
Wirral
 
Maddocks Clarke
0161 929 8494
11A Goose Green
Altrincham
 
JMW Solicitors
0161 926 9663
24 Church Street
Altrincham
 
Lavin Copitch Solicitors
0161 941 6462
5 Lloyd Square
Altrincham
 
Neil Myerson Solicitors
0161 928 2065
Regent Road
Altrincham
 
Malcolm Mcguinness Solicitors
0161 928 7134
19b The Downs
Altrincham
 
Margaret Patterson
0161 941 4862
17 Grafton Street
Altrincham
 
Cohen Filippini
0161 929 9993
10 Greenwood Street
Altrincham
 
Land Law Commerical Property
0161 928 8383
12-14 Market Street
Altrincham
 
Brown Dunne & Gray
0161 928 8877
Scott Drive
Altrincham
 

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Civil Dissolution

The Civil Partnership Act 2004 came into force on 5 December 2005. For the first time it allowed same-sex couples to obtain legal recognition of their relationship. Unfortunately, in much the same way as marriages there will be some civil partnerships that fail. Dissolution is the term used to describe the termination of a civil partnership. It is always a good idea to seek legal advice from a divorce lawyer if you intend to go through with dissolution.

  • Dissolution is similar to divorce
  • In order to get dissolution you must have been in a civil partnership for more than one year
  • You must complete a form called a 'Petition' stating the reasons for applying
  • If there are any children involved you should complete a 'Statement of Arrangements' which details the plans for the children after the dissolution

You can find further information at HM Courts Service


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