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Our commitment to non-confrontational divorce, separation and other family issues
Resolution Family Law Practice in Northamptonshire and beyond
What is Resolution?
It’s a UK-wide organisation of 6,500 family lawyers and similar professionals, who are dedicated to settling family issues in a positive, consensual, non-confrontational manner of family lawyers and professionals who are committed to a non-confrontational approach to helping you.
Do you think it’s possible to have an amicable divorce? One that’s free from unpleasantness and expensive litigation? We believe the answer is a resounding ‘yes’. It’s not only possible; it is preferable - especially where children are involved.
Relationship break down often leads to emotional and financial uncertainty, especially for young children. Whatever they’re going through, we support families in a sensitive way, making the separation as stress-free as possible.
Invariably, the best results occur, in the long-run, when each side feel they’re being listened to and understood by the other.
This where Resolution comes in!
Both Alina and Heather are Resolution Accredited specialists and are proud to be active member of this association. We keep rigorously to the Code of Practice - see right.
Find out more about our consensual and collaborative approach to family law
Ring us on 01327 358321
We can help
The Resolution Code of Practice summed up. We will -
- reduce or manage conflict and confrontation, e.g. by avoiding inflammatory language.
- support and encourage families to put the interests of children first.
- act with honesty, integrity and objectivity.
- help clients understand and manage the possible financial and emotional consequences of decisions.
- listen to and treat everyone with respect and without judgment.
- use our experience to guide clients through their options.
- continually develop our knowledge and skills.
- use the Resolution ‘Guides to Good Practice’ in our day-to-day work.
Talk to us about our consensual and collaborative approach to family law. We’d love to hear from you.