Hunters Law launches new ‘one couple, one lawyer’ service: Resolve

  • January 26, 2023
  • By Henry Hood, Senior Partner

Hunters Law is delighted to announce the launch of “Resolve”, a new “one couple, one lawyer” service designed for separating couples who wish to separate amicably and with dignity, whilst still benefitting from top-level legal advice.

Launching Resolve, Senior Partner and Head of the Family department Henry Hood said:

I know that many separating couples want a ‘good divorce’ – to find fair solutions using a respectful and dignified process, without sacrificing the benefits of bespoke legal advice. I’m thrilled that through Resolve Hunters is now able to meet this demand. Whilst it won’t suit everyone, and many going through divorce will still need individual advice, Resolve offers a flexible and creative solution for separating couples willing and able to work constructively together. 

Resolve is offered within the framework of “Resolution Together”, which was launched late last year by Resolution, the association of family justice professionals. It reflects a growing interest among separating couples in avoiding the emotional toll of an acrimonious divorce – including for their children. The introduction of no-fault divorce in April 2022 has likely encouraged this trend, whilst long delays and high financial costs are deterring many from court proceedings.

Resolve will be offered by Hunters’ Head of Family, Henry Hood, a highly ranked lawyer with nearly thirty years of family law experience, largely in high net worth divorces. It will include a screening process to ensure Resolve is safe and suitable for the couple, and it will involve full financial disclosure, detailed legal advice, and facilitated discussions aimed at reaching solutions meeting the interests of the whole family. Once an agreement is reached it will be enshrined in an agreed court order, providing certainty and finality.

This news was featured in EPrivateClient on 26 January 2023 and can be found here, as well as in Today’s Family Lawyer on 30 January 2023 here

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