Campaigning for change

Resolution works to raise awareness of family law issues and the benefits of constructive and non-confrontational approaches to family disputes. All our policy and campaigns work is informed by the experiences of our members - family law practitioners - and their clients, and is driven by a network of member-led committees.

Resolution regularly campaigns on policy issues and you can get involved by supporting our campaigning, taking our surveys and helping to spread the word more widely. You’re also welcome to get involved in our annual Awareness Week, held the last week of November each year.

All our policy and campaigns work is informed by the experiences of our members – family law practitioners – and their clients, and is driven by a network of member-led committees.

Current campaigns

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No-fault divorce

Resolution has been campaigning for decades for the government to end the blame game and implement no fault divorce.

Time to make no-fault the default
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Cohabiting couples rights

Many in England and Wales mistakenly believe that after living together for a certain amount of time or having children, they develop common-law status which gives them similar rights to married couples.

More on our campaign for cohabiting couples

Get involved with our campaigns

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Supporting our campaigns

Share your views or support our campaigns and help our campaigns gain traction at the national level.

Get involved

Awareness Week 2019

Our Cohabitation Awareness Week takes place 26 to 30 November and there's a number of ways to get involved.

Support our Awareness Week

More on our policy work

Responses to consultations

Resolutions committees regularly respond to consultations and provide evidence when requested.

See our responses
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Manifesto for family law

Launched in 2015, our Manifesto for Family Law outlines the changes we want to see in the family justice system.

Read the Manifesto

What's new

Our Policy report contains all the latest on our campaigning work and on developments in family law.

Find out more about our campaigning