What is a Civil Partnership Dissolution?

A Civil Partnership Dissolution is a process of ending Civil Partnership through the court. The party to the partnership who applies for the dissolution is called a petitioner and the other party who is being ‘petitioned’ against is called the respondent.  The petitioner and respondent are the ‘parties’ to the dissolution.

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