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Civil Partnership Solicitors
“Sensitive, pragmatic support for every stage of your civil partnership”
If you are about to enter a civil partnership or are planning on ending your relationship, it can be a stressful time with many important issues to consider. Having the right legal advice can ensure your future and that of your loved ones is taken care of, allowing you to move forward or move on with confidence.
MPR Solicitors family law team have extensive experience advising clients on all of the legal issues involved in civil partnerships, from pre-civil partnership agreements to civil partnership dissolution and related issues.
We can provide clear, empathetic advice and guidance to match your circumstances, helping to protect your interests and those of your loved ones at all times.
Call 020 3824 8080 to make an appointment with our family law solicitors for civil partnerships at our central London or Hounslow offices.
We understand that you and your family are unique, so our family law team are dedicated to offering a supportive, expert service tailored to your particular needs. We want you to be confident that you have all the information you need to make the right choices for you and your family and that your best interests will always be looked after.
We can advise you on every aspect of civil partnerships, including making a pre-civil partnership or post-civil partnership agreement, handling separation and civil partnership dissolution, and the dealing with practical issues this involves, such as making a financial settlement and arrangements for children.
With decades of specialist expertise to call on, we can help you manage the legal and practical sides of civil partnerships effectively while keeping conflict to a minimum.
Our legal services for UK civil partnerships
We can help you through every stage of a civil partnership, from protecting yourself before your registration through to managing all of the legal and practical issues involved in the end of a civil partnership.
Pre- civil partnership agreements & post-civil partnership agreements
A pre-civil partnership agreement (also known as a ‘pre-registration agreement’) allows you to set out how your finances would be separated, and other practical issues dealt with, if your relationship were to end. This can give you peace of mind and minimise any potential conflict if you do later need to dissolve your civil partnership.
You can also create a post-civil partnership agreement at any time after your civil partnership has been registered. This can allow you to get the same protection as a pre-civil partnership agreement where you did not make one or update your agreement if your circumstances have changed since your registration e.g. if you have had children or received an inheritance.
Find out more about pre-nuptial agreements and pre-civil partnership agreements.
Civil partnership dissolution
We can guide you through the legal process of formally ending your civil partnership, including applying to a court for a dissolution order (or a separation order where your relationship has lasted less than a year).
By ensuring the relevant forms are filled out correctly and submitted promptly, we can help the process to move faster and more smoothly. We can also support you in discussion with your former partner or in court proceedings if required.
Find out more about our divorce and civil partnership dissolution services.
Financial settlements for civil partnership dissolution
Our family lawyers have a strong track record of achieving favourable financial settlements under even the most challenging circumstances. We can ensure all relevant assets are properly considered, including savings, investments, property and pensions, so that you can secure a fair settlement that matches your needs.
With strong expertise in alternative dispute resolution (ADR) we can normally work out a fair settlement without the need for court proceedings, however, we also have strong skills and experience with representing clients in court where required.
Find out more about financial settlements during divorce and separation.
Arrangements for children during civil partnership dissolution
Where you have children with your former partner, we can help you to make arrangements for where they will live, what contact they will have with the non-resident parent and any other issues, such as establishing parental responsibility.
Through family mediation and other non-confrontational methods, we can help find a solution that protects your rights as a parent while prioritising the wellbeing of your children. Where court proceedings are required, we will do everything possible to keep the process as stress-free as we can for you and your children.
Find out more about making arrangements for children during divorce and separation.
Mediation for civil partnership dissolution
We offer a highly effective family mediation service for all of the issues connected to civil partnership dissolution, including making financial settlements and arrangements for children.
Mediation is highly popular with our clients as it typically allows civil partnership disputes to be resolved faster and at lower cost compared to court proceedings, while keeping conflict to a minimum.
Find out more about using family mediation for divorce and separation.
Our civil partnerships & LGBT family law expertise
Our family law team have decades of experience helping clients to deal with civil partnership and all related areas of LGBT family law.
We represent a wide range of clients, including High Net Worth individuals and those with international connections, and we are able to effectively deal with particularly challenging issues, such as complex financial settlements and international relocation of children.
Sapna Shah is a Resolution-accredited family mediator, reflecting her expertise in offering a non-confrontational approach to dealing with the issues surrounding divorce, civil partnership dissolution and separation.
However, Sapna also has strong experience in court, being a qualified barrister and solicitor advocate. This means we are able to offer the very best representation to secure the right result for you and your love ones, no matter what approach is needed.
We have also achieved the Law Society’s Lexcel accreditation for the quality of our practice management and client care.
MPR Solicitors is independently regulated by the Solicitors Regulation Authority (SRA), offering confidence that we meet the highest legal and professional standards.
Contact our civil partnership solicitors in London now
If you are planning your civil partnership or need advice on managing the end of your relationship, our empathetic and practical family lawyers in London can help.
To find out more about our family law services for civil partnerships and LGBT people, please call us on 020 3824 8080 or fill in our contact form to get in touch.