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TLT family law expert appointed to Resolution’s National Committee

Natalie Drew, partner at TLT, has been appointed to family justice group Resolution’s National Committee, placing the firm at the forefront of family law.

Resolution is a membership organisation bringing together around 6,500 professionals from different backgrounds including solicitors, barristers, legal executives, family mediators, financial advisors and therapists. Their aim is to help ensure families dealing with separation and divorce receive the support they need to take a conciliatory approach to resolving their issues. The National Committee (NC) is Resolution’s Board of Directors and brings together a core group of elected members to play a key strategic role in leading the organisation.

Natalie is an experienced family law partner with particular expertise in complex financial cases and those involving business, trust and international elements. She has in-depth experience in cases involving children, particularly those where conflict between parents is high. As well as sitting on Resolution’s National Committee, Natalie is a long-standing member of the organisation’s Children Committee and Parenting After Parting Committee.

Natalie Drew said:

I have been an active member of Resolution since 2004 and am passionate in supporting our members to help clients make the best choices upon separation, placing children at the heart of their approach.  

“I’m delighted to have been appointed to the organisation’s National Committee, which will place TLT at the forefront of family law and give the firm a voice when it comes to wider issues and family law. My position on the committee will also ensure we have our finger on the pulse in regards to family law developments and will be in a position to feed into changes in legislation. 

“I look forward to continuing my work with Resolution and to ensure there is a strong child-centred approach across all aspects of our work”.

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