Resolution Together Launch

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Resolution is launching a new model of working that will allow lawyers to work with and advise couples jointly, including providing appropriate legal advice, through a divorce or separation.

Tuesday 12 July 2022 (2.30pm – 4.00pm)

Online

This free webinar gives practitioners the opportunity to find out more about the model, including how it will work and how it fits within existing regulation, ahead of training and guidance being provided later this year.

Speakers

Members of the Resolution Future Practice Group, who have helped develop Resolution Together, will talk through the key points of the scheme.

  • Adele Ballantyne, Chair, Resolution Future Practice Group
  • Angela Lake-Carroll, Consultant Head of Standards, Resolution
  • Tristan Harvey, member, Resolution Future Practice Group
  • Timothy Dutton CBE QC, Counsel advising the Future Practice Group

Programme

Welcome & Introductions
About Resolution Together
Resolution Together and existing regulation
Resolution Together and mediation
Advantages to clients
Opportunities for firms
Issues to consider
Documentation, Training and Guidance

Resolution is grateful to the John Cornwell Foundation for its generous donation in funding counsel’s opinion on regulatory issues surrounding this work.

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