Bath Resolution has a range of experience and diversity of skills in respect of the legal process and in respect of the emotional effect family proceedings can have upon an individual and upon a family.
We promote the principles of Resolution and encourage the resolution of disputes in a non-confrontational and constructive way.
Although our geographical cover reaches far and wide Bath Resolution is a close knit community and our members work constructively together to resolve disputes in whichever way provides the best possible outcome for a client and their family. Bath is also one of the leading areas for developing collaborative law as an alternative method of resolving family matters.
Feel free to look around and learn about our individual members. Do not hesitate to contact us with any questions, we are happy to hear from you.
We organise educational and social events for our members in order to increase local knowledge and expertise on a range of topical subjects, as well as creating strong social and professional links between local professionals. Our aim is to create a network that can provide our clients and community with a service that is progressive, constructive and promotes the principles of the Resolution Group.
Our committee and structure
We meet once a month to discuss the day-to-day running of our Regional Group as well as specific items which our members have put forward as queries or for discussion. All of us volunteer our time in addition to managing busy workloads. Our firms vary in size and, between us, do privately and publicly funded work, financial and children, marital and non-marital, for same and opposite sex couples. Many of us also sit on other local committees, including the Court Users’ Committee, Off the Record Children’s Charity Committee and PADVA Domestic Violence Forum.
We are here for our members and we always welcome your views, comments and feedback. You can communicate directly with the Chair or the Secretary via this site, or attend our AGM, which occurs in October/November each year.
If you want to get involved directly, why not stand for election? Please contact us if you would like more information.