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Partner Graeme Fraser elected to Resolution’s National Committee

  • April 25, 2016
  • By Hunters Law

Congratulations to Partner Graeme Fraser, who following a ballot of all members, was elected to Resolution’s National Committee for a 3-year term.

Resolution is the solicitors’ family law association for England and Wales. Its 6500 members are family lawyers and other professionals committed to the constructive resolution of family disputes. Members follow a Code of Practice that promotes a non-confrontational approach to family problems and encourage solutions that consider the needs of the whole family, in particular the best interests of children.

Graeme qualified in 1996, and has specialised in family law for 20 years. He has considerable experience in advising on financial settlements on divorce, involving complex assets and substantial wealth and on cohabitation, for which he holds the Resolution specialist accreditation. He is also specialist accredited by the Law Society.

Graeme has been an active member of Resolution for many years, is currently Chair of Resolution’s Cohabitation and Equalities Committee and also sits on Resolution’s London Regional Committee.

Partner Jo-Carr West is also actively involved with Resolution, sitting on their Property, Tax and Pensions Committee.

Upon being elected, Graeme commented:

“I fully intend to repay the faith that the Members have placed in me and look forward to making a real and meaningful contribution on the National Committee”

Hunters Family Law team is based in Lincoln’s Inn, at the heart of legal London. The team specialise in quick and effective help to clients from around the world, providing specialist legal advice on all aspects of family law, including the provision of accredited mediation and collaborative law services.

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