Press Release

response to the CSJ Breakthrough Britain II report

 

 

 


 

 

Both Parents Matter!

 Have a look at this moving New Year message.  A short video sent to us by a sibling organisation (VafK) in Germany.

 


 Like us on Facebook or follow us on Twitter to keep up to date with the latest news in family law and the work of FNF!

 


 

 

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 The June 2014 Newsletter is now available! Read it online here, or sign up to receive future editions by email.



The reform programme for the family justice system is underway - to see what is happening, click here now




 

 

Press Release

response to the CSJ Breakthrough Britain II report

 

 

 


 

 

Both Parents Matter!

 Have a look at this moving New Year message.  A short video sent to us by a sibling organisation (VafK) in Germany.

 


 Like us on Facebook or follow us on Twitter to keep up to date with the latest news in family law and the work of FNF!

 


 

 

The charity gets about 5% of your total order any time you buy items from Amazon if you enter their site by clicking here!

Please save the link in your favourites for future use! 

 


 
 
 The June 2014 Newsletter is now available! Read it online here, or sign up to receive future editions by email.



The reform programme for the family justice system is underway - to see what is happening, click here now



FNF is a charity chiefly concerned with the problems of maintaining a child's relationship with both parents during and after family breakdown. We offer information, advice and support services to help parents to achieve a positive outcome for their children. Our Forum and our network of over 50 UK Branches also offer the pro-bono guidance of solicitors and others familiar with the family courts.

If you require detailed information or individual support for your case then please consider joining FNF - where as a member, you will gain access to our Forum in which experienced Volunteers, including solicitors and McKenzie Friends can answer your questions.  Another option is for you to visit your nearest FNF Branch where meetings are run by experienced and knowledgeable Volunteers who are ready to help you.  Some of the more established branches run solicitors' clinics for the benefit of our members.  We also have a telephone Helpline which can provide a more general form of support.

Membership of FNF costs £39 (or only £35 if you opt for an annual Direct Debit).  This is less than a few minutes of an average solicitor's time - and it lasts for a year.  We think you will quickly appreciate the value of the information and support that we provide.  Why not join now?

 

Families Need Fathers has been awarded the Help and Support for Separated Families Kite Mark which is a new UK government accreditation scheme for organisations offering help to separated families.