INFORMATION & TRAINING
I’ve been through a lot in my life including estrangement, close familial bereavement, loss, and alienation so come from a place of understanding. Combine that understanding with extensive training and experience and you have someone who really knows how to help you.
As an Emotional Resilience Coach, Licensed Chronic PTSD, and Advanced Grief Recovery Specialist, I have the expertise and experience to help you move from a place of heartbreak, loss, or grief to one of peaceful calm and joyful acceptance.
For more details, please email me at: email@example.com
Respect Men’s Advice Line
When you need help, taking the first step is often the hardest part. So, we try to make this as easy as we can. Whether you phone, email or webchat with us, you’ll get a courteous, respectful and high-quality service, offering you the most appropriate help and support.
Support Through Court
Call the national helpline for emotional support for your situation. The helpline is open Monday to Friday 9:30am to 4:30pm (closed 12.30-1.30pm)
Action For Children
Action for children is a charity that helps parents who have issues around parenting their children. They have advice articles, or you can talk to a parenting coach about anything that’s worrying you.
Charlie McCready is parental alienation coach who has also experienced alienation first hand. Charlie has developed several models such as the 4 Stages of Alienation and an Alienation Self-Assessment that help parents to understand the counter intuitive nature of this phenomena. Although everyone has a unique experience of alienation, Charlie has identified a number of common themes which collectively help inform parents as to what potential solutions are likely to be beneficial to their specific circumstances.
Mothers is a charity that offers non-judgemental support and information to mothers apart from their children in a wide variety of circumstances. Our members include those who are sharing parenting and those who have little or no contact.
Families Need Fathers
Families Need Fathers seeks to obtain the best possible blend of both parents in the lives of children; enough for the children to realise that both parents are fully involved in their lives. Legally, parents should be of equal status. Responsibilities and obligations, caring and financial, should be fairly shared between the parents.
We support parents who are struggling to make the best decisions for their family during separation and divorce.
The LGBT mummies mission is to acquire true equity & equality for LGBT+ families that of our heterosexual counterparts. This is through resources, connecting you to supporting organisations, sharing studies, our private support groups, to celebrating & sharing your lived experiences & our annual events where families come together.
Religious or ethnic background
Jewish Unity for Multiple Parenting (JUMP) was established in 2001 as a not-for-profit, voluntary, community support and advocacy group focused on improving parent–child relationships following family breakdown. JUMP aims to help and support parents and extended family members, particularly those affected by parental alienation, so as to maintain a loving, nurturing, and meaningful relationship with their children.
Bristol Grandparents Support Group
Bristol grandparents group aims to provide support information to grandparents that are alienated from their grandchildren. Although based in Bristol we give support to grandparents across the UK and beyond.
We give support at our regular support group meetings, meetings via Zoom, or via our Helpline on 07773258270.
Hendon Grandparents Support Group
Hendon grandparents group is for grandparents who have lost contact with their grandchildren. Meetings are held in the Hendon area every six weeks on Thursdays. For more information including location and dates of meetings, contact Lorraine on firstname.lastname@example.org
Yorkshire grandparents group
The mission of the group is to share information with other grandparents who are estranged from their own grandchildren as a result of a family breakdown. We hope that this will be a place for those who are in this situation and wish to find a hand of friendship.
Going though family court
Litigant in person
Support Through Court
We are a charity supporting people who face court alone so that they can represent themselves to the best of their abilities. We can help at most stages of the court process, sometimes right away or you may be able to book an appointment at one of our local offices
Family rights group
The family rights group is an advice and advocacy service for parents, grandparents, relatives, friends and kinship carers who are involved with children’s services in England. They support families to understand the law and child welfare processes when social workers or courts are making decisions about their children.
Can You Hear Me
I am an experienced Independent Social Worker, who has in-depth knowledge of the dynamics of family public and private law. I work with children and families to maintain healthy contact.
June Venters KC became the first woman solicitor Queen’s Counsel in 2006. This was in recognition of her advocacy skills and experience throughout her career of appearing in all Courts in both Family and Criminal cases. June has set up two Pro Bono Clinics from local GP’s surgery in Warlingham and Caterham, Surrey.
Hilary acts in cases dealing with all issues arising from family breakdown, she has a particular expertise within the field of complex children matters, parental alienation issues/emotional abuse of children/relational trauma and false allegations.
Lucina Advises on:
Child arrangement matters regarding with whom a child lives and has contact with. Applications for a Child Arrangements Order. Disputes concerning aspects of a child’s upbringing such as schooling and religion. Applications for Prohibited Steps Orders and Specific Issue Orders. Complex children law disputes including issues such as parental alienation or a parent seeking to relocate. Breaches of Orders and Enforcement. Domestic violence and harrassment and Applications for Non-molestation Orders and Grandparents’ rights.
Stuart Barlow is a Solicitor and has over 40 year’s experience in Family Law. He is a member of the Law Society Children’s Panel. He was previously Chief Assessor of the Law Society Family Law Panel and an Adjudicator for the Legal Aid Agency. Stuart provides legal aid for children and family work.
Parents accused work exclusively in defending parents accused of harming their child. Being accused of non-accidental injury kick starts an incredibly daunting legal process.
Ian McArdle who is a barrister based in Liverpool and practises from Atlantic Chambers in Liverpool and from Magdalen Chambers in Exeter. Specialising in all aspects of children’s law, with a particular interest in cases involving Parental Alienation. He practiced as a solicitor for 10 years prior to becoming a barrister and is currently undertaking a Ph.D. researching Parental Alienation in The Family Justice System.
Children in the middle
Elizabeth Mccallum and Sarah Evans have more than 45 years’ combined experience in the family law field and are the only barristers’ chambers solely specialising in this line of work. We aim to offer creative, practical solutions to even the most difficult situations.
As barristers, we can provide the experienced representation you need for every stage of the proceedings, from initial advice, drafting an application to the court, representation at hearings and preparation of witness statements and evidence.
Disputes mediation offers a free 10-minute consultation. The consultation covers the mediation process and guidance on what happens when the other party accepts or declines the invitation to mediate. Book your free consultation on the link above. Once the meeting is booked, you will receive a phone call from us on the selected date and time.