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Resolution represents family justice professionals committed to the constructive resolution of family disputes.
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Laurence Fox sums up case for "Why do we have to point the finger by saying whose fault the divorce is? "Let's have a no-fault divorce. Divorce, in my romantic vision, if done properly can send a positive message to your kids.” 👏🏻👏🏻👏🏻
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Resolution Jun 14
This why not take a look at our Guide to a free resource to help you align your work with Resolution’s Code of Practice
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Gemma Hope Jun 14
Great news the full membership is now being extended to other family law practitioners, supporting the spread of the code of practice throughout the family justice sphere.
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Resolution Jun 11
Bookings now open for our Family Forum in 13/07
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Resolution Jun 11
Can you fill out this short survey on your experience of and for the ? Survey closes 18/7
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Fiona Sharp Jun 20
We are preparing the next round of Specialist Accreditation for Interested? Info here
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Helen Garlick Jun 11
Warmly welcoming fifteen more collaborative practitioners to the collaborative fold. Feedback included ‘Excellent. Every family practitioner should do this course’ We wish you all the very best
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Resolution Jun 7
This we're highlighting our Good Practice Guide for cases - a free resource helping you align your work with ’s Code of Practice
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Resolution Jun 7
Great to meet with representatives from the last night and discuss the issues that really matter to our members.
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Shabana Mahmood Jun 7
. definitely no telling off! Thank you to all three of you for an interesting and illuminating evidence session on crucial access to justice issues.
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Resolution Jun 7
Watch giving members’ views on court transformation to here: Once again, thanks to everyone who responded to our survey - your feedback is invaluable and helps us stand up for members across the country.
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Resolution Jun 7
Are you a solicitor with over 3 years PQE? Atkins Hope are recuiting for their Croydon/Blackheath office. Visit our Job Shop now for more info
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Nuffield Foundation Jun 5
Looking for something to listen to on your commute home? Catch up on 's Law in Action special on with &
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Resolution Jun 7
Are you a junior associate looking for a new position in London? are recruiting. Check out our online Job Shop for further details.
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Edward Cooke Jun 6
Just watched performance at the House of Commons Public Accounts Committee today - Jo, you were absolutely brilliant, constructive and completely in command of a highly complex brief
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Nigel Shepherd Jun 6
on courts transformation just finished. I said before represented at it that we owed her a debt of gratitude. Having managed to log on to listen I simply can't praise her contribution highly enough. So much work involved & so impressive!
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Resolution Jun 6
Watch give evidence to the public accounts committee
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Resolution Jun 6
. is giving evidence to today to assist their transforming courts inquiry. Thanks to all who responded to our survey last week, we’ll make sure your voices are heard.
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Resolution Jun 5
Are you a member working in family? Do you work with a Chartered Legal Executive in your team? We've made our Family Law & Justice briefing available free to - Please download or share with a Chartered Legal Executive today
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Resolution Training Jun 4
On 13 July are delivering a Family Finance Forum in York. will analyse the impact of Waggott v Waggott [2018] EWCA Civ 727 on claims for spousal maintenance on the eve of the Supreme Court appeal in Mills. Reserve your place:
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