The Resolution Code of Practice
All of Rollits' family team are proud members of Resolution, acommunity of family justice professionals who work with familiesand individuals to resolve issues in a constructive way.
Resolution membership is about the approach we take to ourwork. This means that as Resolution members, we will alwaysseek to reduce or manage any conflict and confrontation, supportand encourage families to put the best interests of any childrenfirst and act with honesty, integrity and objectivity.
We know from our experiences as working as family lawprofessionals, that clients reach the best outcomes when they arehelped to understand and manage the potential long-term financialand emotional consequences of decisions. This is why we useexperience and knowledge to guide our clients through the optionsavailable to them.
As Resolution members, we have signed up to a Code of Practicethat will demonstrate to clients the approach we will alwaystake. The Code promotes a constructive approach to familyissues and considers the needs of the whole family, in particularthe best interests of children.
If you decide to work with us, this means:
- Listening to you, being honest with you and treating you withrespect.
- Explaining all the options and giving you confidence to makethe right decisions.
- Helping you focus on what's important in the long-term.
- Helping you balance financial and emotional costs with what youwant to achieve.
- Working with others to find the right approach and the bestsolutions for you.
- Managing stress in what can be an already stressfulsituation.
Because we are signed up to the Resolution Code, we work with anetwork of other like-minded professionals, including mediators,financial planners and family consultants, to make sure we arehelping our clients find the right approach for them.
If you require any further information or advice please contacta member of our family team on 01482 337361.
This article is for general guidance only. It provides useful information in a concise form. Action should not be taken without obtaining specific legal advice.