Our Aims

Our overall aim is to become a “portal” for advice and regional signposting, so that any parents accessing our sites can find relevant, accurate, and up to date advice and direction.

 

We will achieve this by:

Expanding and improving our Panel of Experts. Through this service we have been able to get a much better understanding of the issues parents face. Questions are anonymous. This allows those using our service to be open - giving us valuable insight into the reality of the repercussions of family break-up.

Continuing to expand our library of informative (professional) articles on family law, finance, housing, parenting, etc... We recognise that the internet is replete with half-baked (hippy-dippy) advice within our market place. We stick to professional articles and advice only.

Ensuring links from our directories link to family solicitors, financial advisors, and mediation services are full and up to date.

Developing new “regional” support pages which will highlight local support initiatives (dads and lads clubs, separated parents groups, etc...)

Delivering more “lone parent surgeries” – where we take key support organisations (Job Centre, legal and mediation services, benefit and housing advisors, and child-care providers, out into the community. Initial pilots prove that taking this advice “all under one roof” to easily accessible locations (supermarkets) is a highly effective way of delivering support to those who may find it difficult to make the first move to ask for help. We know that dads in particular find making this “first-move” to ask for help very difficult.

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