When marriages or partnerships break up, and there are children involved, relationships between all parties can often become hugely stressful. If you are lucky, you will have a supportive family and a close network of friends that can support you through what will undoubtedly be tough times, however sometimes you may need more support.
As well as the emotional turmoil that you and your children will have to face, there are the many practical issues that will need to be addressed.
What we have tried to do in this section is to sign-post you to some of the best support available on-line. Knowing what options are avialable to help you through is a good starting point.
Legal Advice and Domestic Abuse
If you need to talk to a family lawyer to help you work out what is the best option for you and your family please use our Family Law Panel. We have some of the best family solicitors in the UK all of whom will give you intial FREE information.
Please be assured that our family law service is safe to use with exit buttons on every page. The live chat is also double encrypted.
For more support with Domestic Abuse visit the section here.
For those of you that would like to read more about relationship breakdown and the effects it can have on you and your children we have added links to some really useful guides which cover many of the key issues and give very clear pointers and tools that will help you through.
Helping Parents to Help Children
Finding Your Way Through Separation
Parenting After Break Up
Children And The Law: When Parents Separate
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