Gay Divorce

Gay divorce is otherwise known as ‘Dissolution’. Inevitably some relationships do go wrong and the grounds for dissolution can include unreasonable behaviour. The term ‘adultery’ isn’t classed as grounds for dissolution as the word means extra-marital relations with a member of the opposite sex. Gay marriage ends on annulment, death or formal dissolution. You cannot apply for dissolution within the first year of marriage.

If there is a dispute then it may be necessary for the Court to decide how property and income is to be divided, who is to care for the children and who may stay in the family home.

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