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Resolution kicks off Good Divorce Week

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Resolution's annual awareness raising campaign is called Good Divorce Week this year and runs from 26 to 30 November. It focuses on how separating or divorcing parents can limit the impact of conflict on their children.

During divorce or separation, one of the biggest worries is likely to be about your children: where they will live and how they will continue to have a meaningful relationship with both of parents. Resolution professionals advocate a constructive and non-confrontational approach to resolving family issues that puts the best interests of children first.

However, although practitioners and parents are striving to limit the impact of conflict on children, the current fault-based divorce system has been shown to further exacerbate conflict. Two-thirds of our members have said that the current law makes it harder for separated parents to reach agreements. More info about Resolution's Good Divorce Week can be found here.

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