If you and your civil partner been separated for at least 2 years before applying for dissolution, you can both agree to a dissolution. If your civil partner has behaved in a way that means you cannot be expected to live with them you may have grounds to dissolve your Civil Partnership. If you and your husband or wife has been separated for at least 2 years before applying for divorce, you can both agree to a divorce. Your husband or wife has left you for at least 2 years before you apply for divorce. Other than citing adultery as a ground for divorce, the process of getting a divorce for a same sex married couple, is the same as getting a divorce for opposite sex married couples. Arbitration is a flexible, confidential, quicker method of dispute resolution.
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