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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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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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Issue 213 Jul / Aug 2021

For every issue of The Review we will be publishing the articles here in the Knowledge and Resources section of our website as well as the pdf of the printed version.

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The Review catches up with… Cris McCurley

The Review catches up with… Cris McCurley of Ben Hoare Bell, who won the Family Award at this year’s Legal Aid Lawyer of the Year Awards, which Resolution was proud to sponsor. Cris is an expert in forced marriage, honour-based violence and FGM cases, and is described as the “go-to” solicitor for multiple charities supporting victims of domestic abuse. Resolution would also like to commend the runners up: Novlet Levy and Oliver Conway.

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A patchwork quilt… Post-Brexit: Navigating the Hague Conventions with Resolution’s Guide to International Family Law

As international and post-Brexit issues become ever more important for family practitioners, those who missed this workshop at the National Conference may well wish to seek it out on the members website. Resolution’s International Committee cantered through the key issues: divorce and finances jurisdiction/stays, pre-marital agreements, recognition and enforcement issues, children jurisdiction and international service.

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Perspectives from members who have a disability

The EDI Committee is working hard on a number of projects. These cast a spotlight on various aspects of EDI: the privileges that many of us as members have, as well as the additional challenges that many others of us have to manage, at times battle with, and at other times are able to celebrate. These additional challenges and privileges of course reflect those of the general public - our clients that we all do our best to assist in our professional lives.

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Developments in Dispute Resolution and Collaborative Practice

Family practice is changing now more rapidly than it ever has done before. Just imagine prior to March last year when the vast majority of court hearings were face-to-face, when online mediation and collaborative practice was rare, and the Family Mediation Council would not allow mediators to conduct mediation information and assessment meetings by Skype or Zoom, save in the most exceptional circumstances.

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