In 2001 I joined (what is now called) “Resolution” a community of family justice professionals who work with families and individuals to resolve issues in a constructive way.
In January 2003 I became an accredited specialist and remained so until I left the law temporarily to live and work abroad (New Delhi, India and Istanbul, Turkey).
Pleased to say that, after getting back up to speed in family law, I have become accredited again having demonstrated my advocacy skills in dealing with financial cases and complex lower income financial cases.
As a Resolution member I abide by a Code of Practice which means I will work to.
- Reduce or manage any conflict and confrontation.
- Support and encourage families to put the best interests of any children first.
- Act with honesty, integrity, and objectivity.
- Help clients understand and manage the potential long-term financial and emotional consequences of decisions.
- Listen and treat everyone with respect and without judgement.
- Use my knowledge and experience to guide clients through the options available to them.
- Continually develop my knowledge and skills.
I am so glad to be a member of this club again and look forward to continuing to work with my Resolution colleagues old and new.
Latest posts by Rhona Royle (see all)
- Local Resolution Member, Rhona Royle of Wrigley Claydon, calls for more rights for unmarried couples - 3rd December 2023
- Happy to be an accredited specialist once again! - 12th July 2021
- Is your spouse/partner NOT having a Solicitor a good or bad thing? - 11th June 2021
- Uncoupling in 2021? Aim for an amicable separation - 22nd December 2020
- Relationships: time to move in or out this New Year? - 1st January 2020