December 2004 heralded the Civil Partnership Act within the UK, which has enabled same-sex couples to finally have the same rights and responsibilities as traditional marriage affords opposite sex couples. This includes property rights and exemptions for same-sex couples on inheritance tax and pension benefits. Furthermore, the Civil Partnership Act enabled same-sex couples to enjoy the same parental responsibility rights that married couples have.
Added benefits to same-sex couples thanks to this Act include tenancy rights and life insurance recognition, as well as next of kin rights.
Essentially, the legal system has afforded same-sex couples the same security and peace of mind for the present day and the future that opposite-sex couples have enjoyed for years upon years – and in order to properly enjoy these new rights, the assistance of LGBT-friendly solicitors in North Wales and Chester can assist you in taking advantage of your Civil Partnership fully for now – and the foreseeable future in days to come.
Whether you’re experiencing issues with tenancy issues, life insurance recognition, next of kin rights or a number of other issues, there is help out there, and it comes with understanding and experience. For example, Swayne Johnson solicitors. They’ve a proven track record of dealing with all aspects of civil partnerships, and their understanding with a multitude of issues that can affect a partnership – such as children, finance, and protection from violence within a relationship is absolutely top notch.
Swayne Johnson solicitors in Llandudno, Denbigh, St Asaph, Ruthin, Bangor and Tattenhall are a reputable firm with roots that stretch as far as the 18th Century. They serve both individuals and businesses and have a lot of specialist solicitors in a lot of different areas such as Conveyancing in Chester and North Wales , Wills, Family matters and Civil Litigation North Wales and Chester to name a few.
Swayne Johnson solicitors are certainly are a reputable firm, and most importantly they have a wealth of experience in issues that arise in Civil Partnerships to draw upon, to assist you with whatever you need.
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