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Resolution’s Awareness Raising Week 2017

  • August 01, 2017
  • By Hunters Law

Resolution, a family law organisation that works on the constructive resolution of family disputes in England and Wales, has announced their 2017 awareness raising week.

Resolution’s 2017 awareness raising week will take place from 27 November to 1 December, and will focus on highlighting the current issues around cohabitation – most notably how many unmarried couples living together are unaware of their lack of rights should they separate.

Graeme Fraser, Partner in the Family department and Chair of Resolution’s Cohabitation and Equalities Committee, is heavily involved in this year’s awareness raising week.

This now annual feature in the family justice diary will build on the success of last year’s awareness raising week, which succeeded in raising the profile of – and promoting the case for – no fault divorce.

Find out more about Resolution here.

 

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