Civil partnerships

The need for specialist advice:

A civil partnership aims to give same sex-couples the same legal rights as heterosexual couples.

This means that if the relationship breaks down, formal legal proceedings are required and specialist legal advice is essential to protect you and your family’s interests.

Let our experience make yours that much easier:

If you are are same-sex couple considering dissolving a civil partnership your finances, children and property will be considered in a similar way to those of heterosexual couples.

If you or your partner are concerned about what would happen to your finances if the partnership breaks down, we can advise you on drawing up an appropriate agreement.

Our dedicated team of civil partnership solicitors understand the upset and anguish that ensue when relationships come to an end. We will support you and your family through the entire process and ensure the best possible outcome for you and your children.

Your civil partnership dissolution solicitor will discuss with you the reasons for the breakdown of the relationship if you are the one who initiates matters. There are also different options regarding financial settlements which your civil partnership solicitor will explain in straightforward language.

Need expert advice? Let us help:

To discuss any aspect of this area of law please contact;

  • Tanya Magell and Karen Reid at our Blackburn office on 01254 272640
  • Emma Pike and Mark Taylor at our Bury office on 0161 761 4611
  • David Connor and Louise Daniel at our Rawtenstall office on 01706 225621