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Resolution Together

Resolution Together

Resolution Together is a way of working that allows lawyers to work with and advise couples jointly, including providing appropriate legal advice, through a divorce or separation.

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Resource
The Review

The Review

The Review is Resolution's bi-monthly magazine for members. Publishing six times a year with a mix of features, law and practice and news from the regions.

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Guidance Notes

Guidance note: Instructing experts in proceedings involving children

The object of all dispute resolution is to clarify facts and narrow issues. The use of experts may be considered in child-related situations, including proceedings. Those involved in assisting parties, including the court, may be helped by an expert’s findings in relation to injuries or medical complaints, psychological problems including attachments, or even how children have reacted in a supervised contact centre.

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Practice Support

Resolution Together

Resolution Together is a way of working that allows lawyers to work with and advise couples jointly, including providing appropriate legal advice, through a divorce or separation.

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Consultation Responses

Procedure for Permission to Appeal Applications - Resolution’s response to the Family Procedure Rule Committee

Resolution’s 6,500 members are family lawyers and other family justice professionals, committed to a non-adversarial approach to family law and the resolution of family disputes. Resolution members abide by a Code of Practice which emphasises a constructive and collaborative approach to family problems and encourages solutions that take into account the needs of the whole family and the best interests of any children in particular. We also campaign for better laws and better support and facilities for families and children undergoing family change.

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Consultation Responses

Legal Aid Means Test Review - Resolution’s response to the Ministry of Justice

Resolution is an organisation of 6,500 family lawyers and other family justice professionals in England and Wales, who believe in a constructive, non-confrontational approach to family law matters. Resolution also campaigns for better laws and better support for families and children undergoing family change. 

Around 1,500 of our members currently offer family, children and/or family mediation legal aid services.

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The Review

PRIDE: Protest, party & an antidote to shame

Pride = Protest
Pride = An antidote to Shame
Pride = Party

June is ‘Pride month’ in the UK, with London Pride taking place on 2 July 2022. What is the point of Pride? It’s changed overtime, as the rights and experiences of LGBT people have evolved. From Protest to a Party. 

Make no mistake, Gay Pride in its infancy was all about Protest.

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Consultation Responses

Archbishops’ Commission on Families and Households

Resolution’s 6,500 members are family lawyers, mediators, collaborative practitioners, arbitrators and other family justice professionals, committed to a non-adversarial approach to family law and the resolution of family disputes.

This is Resolution's response to the Archbishops’ Families and Households Commission

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Complaints

Resolution Event Code of Conduct

Resolution is committed to creating and maintaining a friendly, safe and inclusive environment, regardless of age, gender reassignment, sexual orientation, race, language, political or other opinion, national or social origin, disability, physical appearance, religion or other status. We value the participation of each attendee and everyone involved in the event and want them to have an enjoyable and fulfilling experience. Accordingly, all attendees are expected to show respect and courtesy to other attendees and all participants throughout an event.

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Practice Support

Legal Aid eNews | February 2022

In this month's briefing for Legal Aid pracitioners we get an update on the Means Test Review, hear about a training event for practitioners who are new to CCMS, and we report on claims for translation costs that have been reduced on assessment by the LAA, plus much more.
 

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