A BASINGSTOKE firm has represented the UK’s legal sector in a prestigious publication.

Parliament invited Divorce Negotiator, based in Pack Lane, to represent the UK’s legal sector in the 2018 Parliamentary Review of law and justice.

Divorce Negotiator is a specialist divorce consultancy and legal service committed to securing quick and amicable divorces.

The key idea of the review is to show how determined leadership and innovative thinking can turn around law firms or institutions and to highlight how organisations/individuals have become outstanding leaders in their field.

The company was invited by Parliament to discuss how its service offers solutions to the problems divorce brings and to showcase their best practice as a learning tool to peers and policy makers.

Divorce Negotiator worked with The Rt Hon David Curry, journalists and editors to prepare the review.

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”.

The published review will be sent out to over 35,000 leading policymakers including MPs, Peers, relevant figures at the Ministry of Justice, the HM Courts and Tribunal Service, the Law Society, the Bar Association, partners at law practices, leading solicitors and actuaries, as well as executives at leading businesses within finance, construction and property.

Divorce Negotiator has also been invited to attend The House of Commons to mark the release of The Parliamentary Review at an event hosted by Sir Eric Pickles.

The Parliamentary Review was officially published last week and can be read at theparliamentaryreview.co.uk/editions/law-justice/law-justice-midlands-south-of-england.