Rights of Women is currently seeking qualified women solicitor, barrister or legal executive volunteers to provide legal advice on our free evening or day time family law advice lines based in central London.
Share your views and support our response to the Family Procedure Rules Committee (FPRC) on the functioning of the current costs regime in financial remedy cases.
Written before last week's events, today Resolution received a letter from Lucy Frazer, on behalf of the Family Justice Minister Wendy Morton, demonstrating the impact our work had on getting the Divorce Bill published.
A review published in August by the Nuffield Family Justice Observatory calls for significant changes to Special Guardianship Orders (SGOs) and recommends including ensuring family members who might become carers have direct experience of looking after the child before the court order is made.
Last Friday, 19 July 2019, I attended The Law Commission’s surrogacy consultation event at Exeter...
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Could you be part of one of Resolution's committees and help shape our work? Six committees are currently recruiting.
The Pensions Advisory Group has launched their long-awaited report on key pensions issues facing practitioners, the judiciary and divorcing couples.
As the Divorce, Dissolution and Separation Bill completes its second reading, we look at all the policy developments in family law over the past three months.
The LAA have confirmed that they have implemented changes to the Care Case Fee Scheme.
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The LAA have amended the guidance to their caseworkers on police disclosure and medical records