Collaborative Family Law Week 2018 (#CFLWeek)

The aims of Brighter Future are twofold: to help our members develop their skills and expertise; and to promote collaborative family law across the North of England, and beyond.
In 2016, we ran the first ever Collaborative Family Law Week (#CFLWeek), and we were thrilled with the number of firms and practitioners who got involved and helped us spread the word by telling family, friends, clients and talking about it on their social networks. We had so much support that we decided to run it again in 2017 and, once again, it was fantastic to see so many people and firms getting on board.

So we're going to do it all again this year, and hope we can count on your support once again from 1-5 October, in the lead up to the Northern Lights conference in York on Friday 5th.
Get involved!
Our aim is simple: to work together to help raise the profile of the collaborative approach and its benefits for separating couples. Once again, activity over the course of the week will be based around a series of daily blog posts looking at different aspects of the collaborative process, which we'll post on our website for you to share with your networks. Of course if you'd prefer to write and share your own #CFLWeek content, that's fantastic!
This year, our themes are:
  • The Great Unknown
  • Be Curious
  • Don’t be Afraid
  • Enjoy the Silence
  • Believe
We’ll be publishing daily blog posts between Monday 1st and Friday 5th October. You can follow us on Twitter to see these updates and, if you’d like to be added to our mailing list to receive CFLWeek resources, drop us an email via this link.
If you're tweeting, don't forget to use the #CFLWeek hashtag to join in the conversation, and you can download the CFLWeek 2018 logo and images relating to each of the daily themes here:

Download the Collaborative Family Law Week 2018 logo here.

Download 'The Great Unknown' graphic here

Download the 'Be Curious' graphic here.

Download the 'Don't Be Afraid' graphic here.

Download the 'Enjoy the Silence' graphic here.

Download the 'Believe' graphic here.