Resolution's National Committee delegates some of the more more regular running of the organisation to the Executive Committee.
Resolution is run by members for members, and our National Committee brings together a core group of members to lead the organisation.
The National YRes Committee makes sure YRes remains at the heart of all Resolution work and junior practitioners are integrated with Resolution at all levels, both regionally and nationally.
Regional Liaison Committee (RLC) brings together representatives from each of the committees that run Resolution's regional groups. Together they share information, expertise, best practice and feed into the work of Resolution across the country.
The Children Committee works to protect children in the family justice system and help members put children at the centre of family justice.
The Cohabitation Committee works to promote good practice in family law and family justice for cohabitants.
The Collaborative Working Party was set up to engage and support practitioners involved in collaborative work.
The Domestic Abuse committee works to develop and promote the awareness of issues around all aspects of domestic abuse.
The Dispute Resolution committee works across all areas of family dispute resolution, leading innovation in process and practice.
The Drafting Committee supports best practice by maintaining a 'gold standard' for financial orders and agreements which is clear and nationally consistent.
The EDI Committee was formed to create greater diversity and inclusivity across Resolution.
The Family Law Reform Group is made up of National Committee members to monitor and oversee out campaigning and policy priorities.
The Innovation Group works make sure Resolution and its members understand innovative projects and technology in the field of family justice.
The International Committee aims to encourage, improve and promote good practice in the field of international family law.
The committee supports our members to continue undertake legal aid work and works to ensure the future of family legal aid and access to justice remains for vulnerable people.
The Litigants in Person (LiPs) Committee was set up to respond to the increasing number of LiPs in the family justice system. They help members working with LiPs and they help LiPs with information to improve their experience of the system.
The Membership Committee promotes membership of Resolution to future, former and existing members and works to develop a broad and welcoming membership.
The Parenting After Parting Committee develops the Resolution approach for practitioners working with parents so that, ultimately, parents will receive the same standard of care and support from any Resolution practitioner
The committee works to educate and inform the membership - and on occasion the wider public - on tax, pensions and financial remedies.
The Publications Board exists to ensure that the publications and content Resolution produces is relevant, timely and meets the strategic objectives of Resolution