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What does it mean to collaborate?

Collaboration is how many new ideas, opportunities and solutions are discovered.  

This Podcast with Sue Marchant and Scott Bradbury looks at how collaborative working opens up the potential for better outcomes.

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Collaborative Law - Discussion

Collaborative Lawyer Lisa Grimmett is chatting with relationship therapist Adele Ballantyne about Collaborative Law.

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My Shrewsbury Article - Divorce,Dissolution and Separation Act / Collaborative Law

Lisa Grimmett of Lanyon Bowdler exlplains how Collaborative Law can assist couples who wish to take a more positive approach to their divorce

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The Collaborative Approach

Lisa Grimmett was invited to talk to Eric Smith, who hosts BBC Radio Shropshire's breakfast show, about how the collaborative approach works

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A Better Way

Divorce is devastating. But it doesn't have to be. There is a better way for you, your family and your children.

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The Collaborative Approach

Colin Spanner (former member of Shropshire Collaborative Lawyers) explains the benefits of the collaborative approach.

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Collaborative Law in Practice

Find out more about how Collaborative Law works in practice and how it can be an effective alternative to court for separating couples. Hear first hand from a couple who used the process, as well as the lawyers who helped them.

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About Resolution

Resolution is a community of family justice professionals who work with families and individuals to resolve issues in a constructive way.

Resolution was founded in 1982 by a group of family lawyers who believed that a non-confrontational approach to family law issues would produce better outcomes for separating families and their children.

Over the decades, Resolution has maintained a commitment to a constructive way of working, enshrined in our Code of Practice, while growing to become a membership organisation for professionals that work with separating families.


Relate are the UK's largest provider of relationship support, and last year they helped over two million people of all ages, backgrounds, sexual orientations and gender identities to strengthen their relationships. Find out more about what they do and how we can help you here.

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