Unmarried Couples: Finances and Children
We can advise you on property, finances and arrangements for children.
Civil partnerships, for both heterosexual and same-sex couples, carry similar rights and responsibilities to marriage and if a civil partnership breaks down it can be dissolved using a similar process to divorce.
We can advise you on civil partnership dissolution and the relevant financial implications. Our expert family lawyers can advise you of your options and provide the guidance that you need. We will ensure that your rights and interests are protected and that you know what to expect from the legal process of dissolution.
Our team are friendly and approachable and will do all they can to reduce the stress and anxiety involved. We are easily contactable and will be happy to talk to you as needed to discuss any issues that have arisen, update you as to progress and answer any questions you may have.
We take a non-confrontational approach wherever necessary and will always attempt to resolve matters on your behalf without recourse to the courts. This can make the process of dissolution quicker and more cost-effective, which may in turn help prevent any further deterioration in your relationship.
At Heald Solicitors, we take a non-confrontational approach wherever necessary and will always attempt to resolve matters on your behalf without recourse to the courts.
Our family law team can help you with a wide range of issues relating to your family, including the following:
We can also call on colleagues in adjacent areas of law where necessary, for example, to transfer property, draw up a new Will or re-mortgage your home.
The grounds for obtaining a dissolution of a civil partnership are similar to those for divorce. You will need to show an irretrievable breakdown of your relationship, which can be evidenced by one of the following:
As well as dealing with the dissolution, we can also advise you in respect of arrangements for your children and financial issues, which will ideally be agreed upon before the formal dissolution takes place.
Our family law team have extensive experience in dealing with civil partnership dissolution and associated issues such as arrangements for children and financial arrangements. We are strong negotiators and are known for obtaining excellent results for our clients.
While our office is in Milton Keynes, we are experienced in working with clients throughout England and Wales, often remotely, meaning that you can expect the same expert legal advice and excellent client care wherever you are located.
If you would like to speak to one of our expert family solicitors, please get in touch with our legal expert Keshini Rajendra .01908 662 277
Our family law services are designed to help people in Milton Keynes and the surrounding areas to easily handle their legal issues.
Our highly experienced family solicitors advise on all matters, including divorce, marriage and civil partnerships, cohabitation agreements, pre-nuptial agreements, children’s issues such as parental responsibility and child contact arrangements, and financial provision after a relationship breakdown. We also advise on other related aspects of family law, such as adoption, surrogacy and domestic violence injunctions.
We understand that dealing with family law matters can be daunting and emotionally challenging for our clients, and we work hard to find the best solution for their circumstances.
Heald Solicitors is a law firm dedicated to helping our clients achieve the best possible outcome when it comes to family law issues. Our solicitors will work hard on your behalf, offering comprehensive legal advice at every step to ensure you receive the support you need during this difficult period.
Our family lawyers are in Milton Keynes, but our leading reputation means that we also deal extensively with clients from the surrounding areas and beyond, communicating remotely where necessary.
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