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Resolution represents family justice professionals committed to the constructive resolution of family disputes.
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Resolution Jan 15
Fantastic - thanks Kerry. Great to see our members’ hard work paying off!
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Liz Trinder Jan 12
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HELP NEEDED: Clear that case management hearings are pivotal in defended cases. We're looking to interview c6-8 lawyers with recent (within 2-3 years) experience of a CMH to understand how they are approached. Pls DM if interested - c20-30 mins by phone on anonymous basis.
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Resolution Jan 12
"When asked whether they thought no-fault divorce should be available to today’s society, an overwhelming 90% of respondents thought it should." via
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Edward Cooke Jan 12
Great articulation by and on as to why is now urgently needed. Let's hope that after all the fantastic media coverage, this is now something that politicians will now run with and make a reality
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Resolution Jan 12
If you missed last night you can watch again via catch-up or online here: Watch & others set out why we desperately need
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Rosemary Finn Jan 11
Watching on catch up. Good to hear speaking so eloquently in favour of
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Nigel Shepherd Jan 12
Many thanks Elspeth. Much appreciated. let's hope the ongoing publicity and almost universal support for change persuades government to act.
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Elspeth Kinder Jan 11
Well done and and on your informative interviews - you all did a great job for such an important issue.
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Nigel Shepherd Jan 11
The question was can you have an amicable divorce? The answer is a resounding Yes. Thanks for all the kind comments and support!
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Jo Edwards Jan 11
Just leaving after doing the Facebook Q&A. Hundreds of enquiries & heartbreaking are so many not knowing where to turn after legal aid cuts. My top 10 tips for a "good divorce" here
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Nigel Shepherd Jan 11
Thanks and the superb and her team for a great programme where and yours truly were able to highlight the need for
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Richard Reed Jan 11
Brilliant edition of regarding with at the forefront of campaign
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Resolution Jan 11
Cuts to legal aid have done untold damage - having to assign blame when you have no access to legal advice means conflict more likely among those most in need of support - on
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Resolution Jan 11
Janet and Paul’s story is just one of the many reasons why we are campaigning for . It’s time to Find out more here:
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Resolution Jan 11
Tini Owens’ case highlights that “the law is the problem” - on .
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Resolution Jan 11
“It’s time to make no-fault the default” - on on why our divorce laws urgently need modernising.
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Julie Etchingham Jan 11
Do our divorce laws need reform? Watch “Divorce Wars” starting now on
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Resolution Jan 11
Don’t forget to tune into at 7.30pm to see as well as and others on how reform will help separating couples find
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Resolution Jan 11
Do you have an interest in training and professional development? Training & Learning Committee is now recruiting! We're looking for enthusiastic and engaged members to meet up to four times a year. Find out more.
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Resolution Jan 11
Our Chair talked to about why reform is needed - see what he had to say on this evening.
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