Should civil partnerships be available to all?

Head of family at SA Law, Marilyn Bell, discusses in Gay Times

In Gay Times, Marilyn Bell discusses whether civil partnerships should be made available to all.

This comes after the recent Supreme Court case which saw the Court rule in favour of a heterosexual couple to have a civil partnership instead of a marriage.

Marilyn gives a brief history of the law around marriage and civil partnerships. She also examines the widespread association that many people have, that marriage has a long history of inequality which doesn't reflect all modern-day relationships. 

Should civil partnerships therefore be available to all?

Click here to read the full article at Gay Times.

CONTACT MARILYN

If you would like more information or advice relating to this article or a Family law matter, please do not hesitate to contact Marilyn Bell on 01727 798066 or 07725 372256. 

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