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.
The following guidance was issued by The Rt. Hon. Sir Andrew McFarlane, President of the Family Division and Head of Family Justice on 24th March 2020. During the current Coronavirus Crisis, some parents whose children are the subject of Child
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?
Dads Unlimited were interviewed on BBC Radio Kent this morning to speak about the issue of men’s mental health – in light of the recent news about the death of Mike Thalassitis. Dads Unlimited are campaigning tirelessly to raise the
Happy Birthday! We are 2 years old today; and so we thought we’d take a moment to look at what we have achieved in this short time. We have helped over 260 children in trying to improve their outcomes and
Many of you who attend the Dads Unlimited Support Group Meetings: our ‘Dads’ Cafes’ will probably be familiar (or sick and tired) of hearing about Steven Karpman’s Drama Triangle. It’s a fantastic concept that comes from his work as a
Dads Unlimited is looking for three new trustees to join the board; an Education Trustee, a Finance Trustee, and a Local Government Trustee. Dads Unlimited is a charity based in Ashford in Kent and you will need to be able
There is some fantastic news from the advertising regulator that harmful gender stereotyping in adverts will be banned, finally, from June 2019. Dads Unlimited has been asking for this kind of poorly thought-through gender stereotype adverts to be banned for