Civil Partnership Dissolution

Our team at Fair Result understands how difficult separation proceedings can get and we’re here to provide you with all the support you need. Our experienced team will help you with all Civil Partnership Dissolution needs and we promise to provide you with the best advice for your situation.

Reach Civil Partnership Dissolution

You can end your civil partnership if you have been in a partnership for more than a year.

The First step to a Civil Partnership Dissolution Is requesting the court for a dissolution order. Under the no-fault divorce law, you no longer need to have grounds for the breakdown of the relationship to proceed.

Afterwards, the proceedings continue as they would in a traditional divorce and one of the parties can be eligible for financial support.


Frequently Asked Questions

Can a civil partnership be dissolved?

Yes. Civil Partnership is a legal relationship between two people. The main difference is that marriage is formed by vows, while civil partnership is formed by signing a legal document. To end the civil partnership, proceedings are practically the same as the process for divorce.

How long does it take to dissolve a civil partnership?

It varies by case, but if there are no complications, civil partnership dissolution will happen in around six months.

What are the grounds for dissolving a civil partnership?

From April 6th 2022, There no longer needs to be grounds for the breakdown of the relationship to proceed with the dissolution of a civil partnership.

How much does it cost to end a civil partnership?

The court fee for an application to end a civil partnership is £593. Although, if you’re on benefits or a low income, you may receive help with your court fees. Other costs could include whatever you have to pay your solicitor.

What does ‘dissolve a civil partnership’ mean?

Dissolution of a civil partnership is pretty much the equivalent of the divorce of marriage. You no longer need to prove that your relationship has broken down and beyond saving, to apply.