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Family dispute resolution week

Hudson Law is one of the UK's firms accredited by Resolution as a Family Law Specialist.

This week has seen Resolution's first national awareness raising week, to educate and inform the public and others of the benefits of non-court-based options for divorce and separation.

In the last week, Resolution has had some great coverage both in print and on the radio. Nationally, they have been mentioned in the Telegraph, the Times, the Daily Mail and trade press such as the Law Gazette and The Lawyer.

In addition to a plethora of local media coverage, Resolution's regions have run events, produced promotional DVDs, and written blog posts.

So far, based on published figures on media circulation and readership, Resolution has estimated its messages about Family Dispute Resolution week have reached over 8 million people.

There’s been lots of activity on Twitter - at the last count #resolutionweek has been mentioned in around 400 tweets, and they believe that around 30,000 people have been reached through these and other tweets.

And during the week the Resolution website (http://www.resolution.org.uk/) has so far seen nearly 3,000 new visitors to the public area - that's 3,000 people seeing the difference a Resolution member can make.

Resolution’s members are family lawyers committed to the constructive resolution of family disputes. Our members follow a Code of Practice that promotes a non-confrontational approach to family problems. Our members encourage solutions that consider the needs of the whole family - and in particular the best interests of children.

27th September 2012

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