Resolution is a national organisation of family lawyers committed to non confrontational divorce, separation and other family problems.

Resolution members agree to follow a Code of Practice which actively promotes a constructive approach to family issues and to consider the needs of the whole family, in particular the best interests of the children.

Resolution are running an awareness campaign from 28 November – 2 December 2016 (known as Good Divorce Week) which amongst other things is intended to promote their new Code of Practice. On Wednesday, 30 November it is hoped that over 150 members will be travelling to Westminster to meet their MP in order to promote Resolution’s campaign for no fault divorce and improving rights for cohabiting couples.

Andrew Brooks, head of the Family Department at Blythe Liggins was keen to get behind the campaign. Andrew said “I’ve been a member of Resolution for 25 years and I’m keen to promote their new Code of Practice, which I wholly endorse. I can assure anyone who is thinking of instructing us that I and all of my team have always been keen to adopt Resolution’s Code of Practice. Experience has shown me that the outcome in such cases has been beneficial not only to our clients, but to their children too”.

Blythe Liggins also fully support Resolution’s campaign for a no fault divorce and improving rights for cohabiting couples. Blythe Liggins will shortly make available on their webpage a link to Resolution’s new Code of Practice.

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