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Resolution represents family justice professionals committed to the constructive resolution of family disputes.
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Resolution Sep 25
We've launched our Stronger Together campaign today! Please check your inboxes for an email from our Chair , which can be forwarded to any like-minded professionals in your networks. Thank you.
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Resolution Sep 24
Check out 's upcoming seminar on the impact of equal civil partnerships on cohabitation reform featuring , & Professor Helen Fenwick () Tickets available at
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Carol-Anne Baker Sep 21
Approaching 30 years as a family lawyer, I am a member of a powerful organisation when calling for much needed changes in the law. Members follow a code of practice supporting clients moving on with their lives rather than engaging in battle.
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Resolution Sep 21
Are you seeking a new role in London or Essex? are looking to recruit fee-earners with experience in domestic abuse work. If you are a newly qualified solicitor, legal exec or paralegal then find out more here:
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Melanie Bataillard-Samuel Sep 20
The campaign has been launched today by . I've been a member since before I qualified and cannot imagine not having Resolution's Code at the centre of my practice. Or the stellar support of my peers.
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Resolution Sep 21
Are you a member in or around Manchester? Our Everyday Negotiation Skills course is running on 16 November. Learn how to negotiate better with the other side and work on your interpersonal skills in order to benefit your clients.
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Resolution Sep 21
Barrister members - there's just one week left to apply for vacancies on four of our committees. Opportunities are available covering: Standards, Child Support, Collaborative Practice and Litigants in Person. Deadline is 28 Sept.
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Resolution Sep 21
There is the in Scotland
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Emma Alfieri Sep 20
I am proud to be a member of A committed bunch of professionals with the like minded view of working together to resolve family disputes in a non-confrontational way.
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Nigel Shepherd Sep 20
I've been a member of for nearly all my career. It's the guiding light for the way I try to help my clients - a professional family that provides support, education in the widest sense & a powerful voice for change. I think it's wonderful & unique!
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Joanne Radcliff Sep 20
Proud to be a member. It has made me a better informed family lawyer, built my network, helped me to get new work, and has allowed me to be part of a strong voice for change. Looking forward to lots of other professionals joining our ranks
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Resolution Sep 20
Today we've launched our campaign! Check your inboxes for details of how to get involved. Help us spread the word about Resolution and our Code of Practice. We are Stronger Together.
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Resolution Sep 20
We're running a Family Finance Forum in Essex on 23 November. The half-day session will look at the dissipation of assests, family businesses and forensic accountants and the divorce process post Owens. Non-members are also welcome.
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Resolution Sep 18
The latest Policy Briefing is out now – including news on a massive step towards , thanks to tireless campaigning by our members. We are
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Resolution Sep 18
Do you know any like-minded professionals who would benefit from membership, but have not yet joined? We'll soon be launching our campaign, so please think about those in your firms and networks.
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Resolution Sep 17
membership is a mark of quality. Members have access to exclusive logos to help promote you and your practice and set yourself apart. These logos help market you, your expertise and your commitment to the Code of Practice.
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Resolution Sep 17
We’ve welcomed confirmation of the government’s plans to introduce no fault divorce. Could this herald the end of the blame game?
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Nigel Shepherd Sep 15
this consultation paper is the result of constant lobbying, campaiging and commentary over many years I'll be on at around 10.15 to talk about it
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Jo Edwards Sep 14
10 December is deadline to respond to consultation. Hope organisations, academics & lawyers will engage. I plan to ask many clients who’ve been distressed by the need to apportion blame if I can use them as anonymised case studies
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graeme fraser Sep 15
Momentum is now with family law reform as Government already convinced that should happen. Intent of Reducing Conflict consultation appears in line with aims. It is important to get the law right and I am optimistic this will be achieved.
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