Legal Rights for Homosexuals - Civil Partnership Act 2004

However, the Act does not actually make a marriage in the traditional sense and it is worthwhile answering some questions likely to be asked:

The Act basically allows same-sex couples to be able to gain legal recognition for their relationship equivalent to the institution of marriage and it will be vitally important for couples who wish to make a formal commitment to each other. However, it is important that you understand the legal issues involved in making such a commitment: for further advice please contact our civil partnership experts

Suzanne Thomas: s.thomas@sinclairslaw.co.uk

Jane williams; j.williams@sinclairslaw.co.uk


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