Talking Family Law – the Resolution Podcast

New podcast series from Resolution, with guest experts discussing topical issues in Family Law.

Join Resolution’s family law experts in our new Podcast series

Each episode welcomes guest experts sharing their take on topical family law issues.

Expect sparky debates and personal reflections topped and tailed by insights from our hosts, Simon Blain and Anita Mehta.

Episode 4: Presumptively persuasive – pensions on divorce

About this episode

Hosted by: Anita Mehta and Simon Blain.

  • Paul Cobley (Oak Barn Financial Planning)
  • George Mathieson (Mathieson Consulting)
  • Rhys Taylor (The 36 Group)

They discuss the work they are involved in to produce better guidance both for practitioners and the public on the issue of pensions on divorce.

Further information and resources

Pensions On Divorce – Interdisciplinary Group
PAG Report
Advice Now – Pensions

Episode 3: Transparency – the very soul of justice

About this episode

Hosted by: Anita Mehta and Simon Blain.

  • Louise Tickle (Journalist and committee member of The Transparency Project)
  • Professor Celia Kitzinger (School of Law and Politics, Cardiff University and co-founder Open Justice Court of Protection Project)

Louise Tickle and Celia Kitzinger discuss the work they are involved in to bring greater transparency in the operations of the Family Court and Court of Protection.

Further information

Open Justice Court of Protection Project
The Transparency Project
Louise Tickle’s website
Open Family Court Project


Episode 2: The case for cohabitation law reform

About this episode

Hosted by: Anita Mehta and Simon Blain.

  • Jo Miles (Reader in Family Law & Policy, Director of Studies and Fellow in Law, Trinity College, University of Cambridge)
  • Lucia Clark (Partner, Morton Fraser LLP, Edinburgh)
  • Graeme Fraser (Chair, Cohabitation Committee and Partner, OGR Stock Denton)

They discuss the case for cohabitation law reform in the light of experiences north and south of the border.

Further information

Cohabitation Agreements

How to draft a cohabitation agreement

Cohabitation Claims – 2nd Edition

Webinar: Anglo-Scottish Separation – Cohabitation Law North and South of the Border
Includes: Kate Dowdalls QC, Scottish Law Commissioner and Professor Nicholas Hopkins, England and Wales Law Commissioner

Running cohabitation claims with confidence
Workshop with Rhys Taylor and Andrzej Bojarski

Resolution Cohabitation Committee

Episode 1: Brexit – A Pretty Catchy Title

About this episode

Hosted by: Anita Mehta and Simon Blain.

Guests: Pauline Fowler (Chair, Resolution’s Pensions Tax and Financial Remedy Committee), Daniel Eames (Chair, Resolution’s International Committee) and Tim Amos QC about the key implications for family lawyers of Brexit.

They discuss specifically: issues regarding divorce jurisdiction, forum and recognition now the UK has left the European Union.

Further information

Resolution’s International Committee have recorded two webinar updates that consider the key issues for members as of December 2020.

Guide to International Family Law
This was updated in January 2021 to take account of the changes with Brexit.

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