If you wish to change the form of your relationship from a Civil Union to a Marriage or vice versa you can do so without having to dissolve your current relationship...
This from the guidebook….
“CAN A COUPLE CHANGE THEIR CIVIL UNION TO A MARRIAGE OR THEIR MARRIAGE TO A CIVIL UNION?
Where a couple in a civil union wish to continue in a relationship with each other and are otherwise eligible to marry, they may change the form of their relationship to a marriage without having to formally dissolve their civil union.
The process begins with a ‘Notice of intended marriage, change of relationship from civil union’ form.
Similarly, a married couple who wish to continue in a relationship with each other may change the form of that relationship to a civil union without being required to formally dissolve their marriage.
In this case they would begin by completing a ‘Notice of intended civil union, change of relationship from marriage’ form.
In either case, the couple will be required to produce evidence of their current relationship. ….”
A guide for couples wishing to change from civil union to marriage or vice versa can be found HERE
The civil union to marriage form can be found HERE
and the marriage to civil union form can be found HERE
As always if you have any questions please feel free to contact me Robin@robingee.com
or visit the Department of Internal Affairs website HERE