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“For couples planning a Civil Partnership, it’s so important to have a solicitor who is supportive”, says Kahn Priestley

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  1. “yeah don’t mess with me, I am 100% legitimate here and entitled to a double room, not be looked at sideways – it really adds dignity to gay relationships.” – How old are you? You’re not the only gay in the village.

  2. I had every intention of instructing Healys for my divorce…until I read this article. No thanks.

  3. I would not employ any “family solicitor” who talks endlessly about their gay wedding. Perhaps “family department” means something else in Brighton!

  4. Dignity?! That’s the one thing Healys certainly won’t be left with anymore! ‘Maid of dishonour’! Oh please. You may well win the pink vote but you’ll certainly lose the straight vote. Why do gay people always have to make a statement? Its so tiresome.

  5. Q: How can you tell if a lesbian is butch?A: She kick starts her vibrator and rolls her own tampons

  6. Bluster and hot air – no substance to this article.What a joke!

  7. Michael Roberts 11 Jun 2007, 10:30am

    I take it that Healys no longer represent straight men going through a divorce? What a pity, I had thought of instructing them, but will now go elsewhere

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