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A Civil Partnership gives legal recognition to your relationship and provides both partners with similar rights to married couples. You can form a Civil Partnership in England if:● you are 16 or over● you are not already married or in a Civil Partnership● you are not closely related
Same sex couples can convert a civil partnership into a marriage.
Entering a civil partnership is an important step and can affect your rights in several areas so it is important that you are aware of exactly how it will affect you and your partner. Our team of experts at Family Law Birmingham will strive to understand your specific circumstances and explain clearly just how entering a civil partnership will affect you and your loved one.
Entering into a civil partnership will bring changes to your rights relating to:● Pensions● Tax● Employment advantages● Child upkeep● Responsibility for your civil partner’s children● Access to accident to compensation and insurance coverage● Protection from domestic violence● Migration rights
It is important that you are fully aware of how entering into a civil partnership can affect your rights. At Family Law Birmingham our team of Civil Partnership experts can provide you with the best legal advice at a budget friendly cost.
Relationships are a very important aspect of our lives. A civil partnership provides a way of protecting each partner within a relationship both legally and financially while avoiding the traditions and religious connotations that are involved with marriages.
A civil partnership will also give your relationship a legal status and certain rights which cannot be conferred through cohabitation. Call us today on 0121 817 2076 to speak with one of our expert solicitors or complete our online form and we will get back to you to discuss your rights and responsibilities in a civil partnership.
When you and your partner have made the decision to enter into a civil partnership your first step is to decide where you are going to have your civil partnership ceremony. This must be done before you ‘give notice’ at a regional register office that you wish to register your relationship as a civil partnership. ‘Giving notice’ involves signing a legal statement that you intend to enter into a civil partnership. This must be done at least 29 days before your ceremony and the ceremony itself must be held within 12 months.
Dissolving a civil partnership can be a difficult decision to make. At Family Law Birmingham we will strive to make the process as smooth as possible. Ending a civil partnership is ended in much the same way as a divorce but can only be done when the civil partnership has lasted for at least one year. Our specialist family law solicitors will take the time to get to know you and your specific circumstances and provide expert advice tailored to your needs.
At Family Law Birmingham our team of expert solicitors have a wealth of experience in dealing with all legal aspects of a civil partnership. From entering or dissolving a civil partnership to advising you of your rights in a civil partnership our specialist solicitors are waiting to provide you with bespoke advice for you and your family. With our determination, empathy and extensive legal knowledge we will work tirelessly to provide you with the best possible advice.
Call us today on 0121 817 2076 or complete our online enquiry form and one of our experts will get back to you right away. We look forward to assisting you with any of your needs concerning civil partnerships.
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Our team of dedicated family law experts are on hand to deal with any civil partnership issues you might have. We know how difficult going through separation can be for you and your family. Our expert team endeavour to provide all our clients with a friendly, professional and reliable experience.
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