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A trusted professional can play a big part in helping to sort out issues involving the breakdown of your marriage, care of your children, your home and your finances.
Resolution members are committed to our Code of Practice, promoting a constructive approach to family issues that considers the needs of the whole family.
Here at Resolution we know this a new and scary time. The Coronavirus pandemic is making already tough parenting and relationship situations even harder. We are putting together and updating information on a regular basis to help you.Resolution is here to help you
Divorcing in a court is not the only option - there are a number of other ways that you and your ex can resolve your issues such as mediation, arbitration or collaborative practice.Alternatives to court
Deciding how and when to tell your children about the split is worrying. Find tips on talking and listening to your children as well as how others can support you during this time.Supporting your children
In these difficult times arrangements in nearly every aspect of life are changing rapidly. This will include living and contact arrangements for the children of separated parents. These tips will help you to work together to agree the necessary changes.Tips for contact during the Coronavirus outbreak
COVID-19 is creating all sorts of challenges for members. This page will be updated to reflect the latest advice, guidance, support and resources available.
Conducting business over online video meetings will become the new normal during the COVID-19 pandemic. This addendum to the Participation Agreement for online video meetings will be hugely useful for members during this time.Read the Addendum to Participation Agreement for online video joint meetings
During this time of special arrangements for everyone due to the Coronavirus outbreak we are aware that all our members are doing their upmost to continue to serve the needs of clients.
This guidance note has been prepared to provide some useful hints and tips about the use of remote technologies. Members should also be aware of guidance and especially any advice or regulation issued by regulators, the SRA, the Law Society, Bar Council, HMCTS/MoJ, FMC and any governing organisations or regulators pertinent to our financial and therapeutic professional members.Read this guidance note on the use of video and other technology
It goes without saying we all want to practice law and dispute resolution in a non-discriminatory and culturally sensitive way. Beliefs, values and institutions are often specific to ethnic, racial and religious groups. Being culturally competent is part of our professionalism. Without this awareness we are amateurs and risk being ineffective in meeting the needs of our clients and securing the solutions that are required long term.
The aim of this Guidance Note is to explore different values and practices, and in doing so, to help you improve the experience of your clients in whatever process you practice, in respect of their faith, culture and belief.Read this guidance on religion and family law