"When times seemed hard and apparent incompetence of others around us seemed to far outweigh our own resources, it was a breath of fresh air to have you dealing with this important issue on our behalf. Your enthusiasm and professionalism knew no boundaries along with your sense of humour, which I remember has been tested to certain limits, but at least we could smile whilst making progress."
Simon & Liz, Carmarthen
Ending a civil partnership
The court may make an order (a "dissolution order") which dissolves a civil partnership on the ground that it has broken down irretrievably.
The court can also make a "nullity order" or a "presumption of death order" to end the partnership. However, as with marriage it is not possible for a "dissolution order" to be made within the first year of the partnership beginning.
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