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Resolution launch new online resource for separating families

Date:7 JUN 2010

David AllisonFamily lawyer's association Resolution has launched a new online advice centre with information on the legal aspects of splitting up, as well as advice on parenting apart, sorting out money and arranging child maintenance. The advice centre is available via Resolution's website at www.resolution.org.uk/advice_centre.

"Families come in all shapes and sizes", says David Allison (pictured left), Chair of Resolution. "As we celebrate national family week, it is important to remember those families who are experiencing difficult times and we hope that this new advice centre will provide answers to some of the common questions that people struggle with when going through family breakup."

The online advice centre is a useful tool with sections on the legal process of splitting up, tips on managing relationships with children post-separation, as well as sections on sorting out child maintenance and other financial arrangements. The information is provided in a wealth of different formats, including video clips, factsheets and FAQs.