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Resolution's Manifesto for Family Law (£)

Sep 29, 2018, 21:48 PM
family law, resolution, manifesto, justice system reforms, parenting charter
Resolution chair Jo Edwards argues the case for change and looks in detail at some of the policy proposals Resolution is putting forward, including the introduction of divorce without blame and a Parenting Charter for separating families.
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Jo Edwards, Chair of Resolution

Resolution, the family law organisation, recently launched a Manifesto for Family Law, setting out what its members see as the most urgent changes that need to be made to the family justice system. Resolution chair Jo Edwards argues the case for change and looks in detail at some of the policy proposals Resolution is putting forward, including the introduction of divorce without blame and a Parenting Charter for separating families.

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