Family Law Reform Group

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The Family Law Reform Group is made up of National Committee members to monitor and oversee our campaigning and policy priorities.

Campaigning to improve family law and justice is a core element of Resolution’s work. Members’ views and expertise shape our policy priorities and our network of member-led committees drives the campaigning work we do. The organisation then works with government and other changemakers to make sure our members views and ideas are taken into account in policy development.

Our specialist committees are able to provide advice on the detail of any policy campaigning and input from the Regional Liaison Committee allows us to fine-tune our policy priorities and take soundings. Without the advice and hard work of our members, we would be unable to do this policy work at all.

Our current aims and proactive work are guided by our Vision for Family Justice. Our Vision sets out where and how changes need to be made to address the current issues facing the family justice system.

The recommendations in the Vision are based on views and experiences of over a thousand Resolution members through surveys, focus groups, and discussions within our specialist and regional committees. This engagement has ensured that Resolution’s campaigning and lobbying work acts as the leading, authoritative voice of the family justice sector.

View our Vision for Family Justice

While Resolution believes that in many ways family law is fit for purpose, the state of the courts, delays and lack of resources continues to have a significant impact on children and their families.

Resolution’s work campaigning for a better family justice system is more important than ever as we see the impact of court waiting times on the families at the centre of proceedings.

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