If you’re a man in an abusive relationship, where do you go to be heard? Who is listening? Do you even know you are in an abusive relationship? These are a few of the questions our clients ask themselves repeatedly
I wanted to take a moment to write a short piece about our work, and what has been a very challenging time for everyone. As you all know the work we carry out is fundamentally positioned to support and improve
In collaboration with support charities, South Kent Mind, and community interest companies, Only Dads and Only Mums; we wanted to gauge the effect the COVID-19 pandemic has had on separated families and their children, especially during lock-down. We therefore asked
A new UK-wide poll conducted by retailer Menkind sheds light on how government-imposed lockdown measures have been impacting dads and their relationships with their children over the past couple of months. Despite several challenges, many families are coming together, with dads declaring
Given the state of the world, it is little wonder that existing child arrangements orders are becoming a low priority in some households. Some parents are confused by what they hear on the news and social media.
We at Dads Unlimited recently came across this communication from a Nurse at a local school – which we thought was really hard-hitting; and so we wanted to share her sincere message… “I have over the last few weeks or
In an article in Copse Magazine, Adam – our Lead Mentor and author of the Co-Parenting Success Programme asks whether a simple change in the starting point of negotiations could make a massive difference in the equality of family law?
Holly Coates looks at the reminder from Peter Jackson of the need to adapt normal working practices when dealing with a litigant-in-person. Source: Duties towards litigants-in-person: a timely reminder – Becket Chambers
In this article Kevin Jackson looks at Court proceedings involving the phenomenon of the ‘excluded parent’. Source: Parental Alienation: New Initiatives – Becket Chambers