Resolution has welcomed the government's renewed commitment to reform family law to allow for no-fault divorce.
Resolution responds to the Ministry of Justice's long-awaited review into the impact of the Legal Aid, Sentencing and Punishment of Offenders Act (LASPO).
Cohabitation Committee Chair Graeme Fraser responds to new figures released by NatCen showing 46% of British adults mistakenly believe in legal protections from common-law marriage.
Margaret Heathcote, National Chair of Resolution, comments as government publishes their draft domestic abuse bill.
Highlights from our Good Divorce Week 2018 and all the developments in family law policy.
Our Good Divorce Week 2018 was a huge success. The week focused on how separating parents could minimise the impact of conflict on their children from divorce or separation. The campaign had a number of highlights, many thanks to all those who supported it.
Resolution urges government to reform divorce law as soon as possible, during the annual Good Divorce Week 2019.
Resolution responds to the government's civil partnership announcement
Responding to the news that the government intends to introduce no-fault divorce, the family justice body Resolution has welcomed the plans, which it says will reduce conflict among separating couples.
Two students have been awarded the prestigious Resolution Prize for their outstanding achievement in family law studies.