Divorce Negotiator has revolutionised how divorce service provided. Their innovation in divorce law has recognised in ‘The 2018 Parliamentary Review’.
The Parliamentary Review is an independent publication. Focusing on key governmental policy areas. A variety of organisations share personal insights. These include cabinet ministers, government agencies, associations and trade bodies. Divorce Negotiator represent the UK’s legal sector in the 2018 Parliamentary Review.
In the review, Divorce Negotiator highlight how its service offers a unique solution. Reducing many problems divorce brings with it. This ensures costs are low. Acrimony between spouses mitigated through clear channels of communication. Removing the interests of third parties. The issue associated with a traditional legal representation.
Invitation to The House of Commons
Divorce Negotiator are invited to attend The House of Commons to mark the release of The Parliamentary Review.
The Parliamentary review demonstrates how determined leadership and innovative thinking can turn around law firms or institutions. Highlighting how organisations and individuals have become outstanding leaders in their field. The Parliamentary Review has the involvement of the Prime Minister. The Parliamentary Review has had the involvement of the Prime Minister and the UK’s leading executives since its start. Philip Hammond, Chris Grayling and some senior ministers take part in the Review. There are many other leading officials from a variety of different industries. The Law and Justice document by Philip Hammond consists of the year in law and Westminster. Many contributing articles from leading executives within the legal profession included.
Speaking about Divorce Negotiator’s contribution to the review, the founder of Divorce Negotiator, Carol Sullivan said:
“We’ve worked hard to ensure that families and family values are at the forefront of high-level business decisions. It’s great to see the government taking a keen interest in what we are achieving in the legal sector”.
Sonia Limbada, one of the key Divorce Negotiators, commented:
“We are committed to making divorce a simpler and fairer process for families. Our contribution to the Review demonstrates our ongoing commitment to make a difference”.