In 1982 a group of Solicitors dedicated to improving family law practice formed the Resolution Panel. The association is now one of the largest of any Practice Area whose members have agreed to abide by the Association’s code of conduct which aims to reduce acrimony in divorce, children’s issues and related matters, for the benefit of concerned parties.
Members appreciate the sensitive nature of family proceedings and understand that all parties concerned are under considerable emotional strain. Consequently the solicitors aim to promote a non-confrontational approach to resolving family issues, whilst also ensuring that outcomes are reasonable and constructive in their application. Members of Resolution specialising in family law are committed to furthering the association’s aims.
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Solicitor for the Elderly
Hatten Wyatt’s Private Client Department has members of staff who belong to the national organisation Solicitor for the Elderly, which is committed to providing advice to the elderly and more vulnerable members of our society including their families and careers.
Further information on Solicitor for the Elderly can be found on their website: www.solicitorsfortheelderly.com or alternatively contact our private client department.
Hatten Wyatt’s Private Client Department has members of staff who belong to The Society of Trust and Estate Practitioners (STEP). STEP is an organisational body for the trust and estate profession worldwide, which provides training, education and representation for its members specialising in trusts and estates, executorships, administration and taxes.
Our STEP members are by definition the most experienced and senior practitioners in the field of trusts and estates. In complex matters peace of mind can only be assured by using suitably qualified professionals, as errors can be expensive to remedy particularly if, for example, a trust has been incorrectly set up or the Will improperly executed.
If you require further information on STEP please review their website www.step.org or please contact a member of our Private Client Department.
Terms of Engagement
Hatten Wyatt’s services are subject to our Terms of Engagement which we modify from time to time. Every aspect of our service has a particular set of Terms of Engagement applicable to it - all the more so when dealing with private client, publicly funded and conditional fee matters. Hence we do not print our Terms of Engagement on our Website. Our Terms & Conditions are confirmed in writing to our clients on receipt of initial instructions and the establishment of our retainer.
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