Civil partnership

Civil partnership

When a civil partnership breaks down there are often complicated issues to resolve in relation both to children and financial issues.

We can help you with all of these issues. In appropriate cases we will recommend that you go to mediation to try to reach agreement.

We can advise about all aspects of the dissolution of a civil partnership. Most people prefer to reach a negotiated solution to their differences but if it’s not possible for you and your partner to reach agreement, then we can help you to make an application to court and represent you at all stages of the process.

A dissolution of a civil partnership doesn’t have to be confrontational. A sensitive approach from your legal team will make all the difference.

All of our lawyers adhere to the Resolution code of practice and are committed to trying to resolve family disputes in a constructive and non-confrontational way.

Civil Partnership FAQ’s

What are the grounds for dissolution of a civil partnership? How long does it take to dissolve a civil partnership? Will the court make orders about children? How does the court deal with disputes about finance and property?

Ready to talk to one of our specialists? Your first appointment is free.

Family Law Specialist

Carol Chrisfield
carol.chrisfield@simpsonmillar.co.uk

Family Law Specialist

Clair Wygladala
clair.wygladala@simpsonmillar.co.uk

Contact a solicitor

Our Family Law team is one of the largest in Bristol. Find out who’s who on the team here.

If you’d prefer to speak to one of us directly please call our Corn Street Office on 0345 357 9650

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