Families Include Fathers is the alternative solution to solicitors and Family Law is our specialty.
As experts in our field, our 100% focus is helping fathers gain access to see their children again. We offer help, practical advice and support in all areas of Family Law including child arrangements orders, father’s rights, parental alienation, prohibited steps orders, Cafcass, appeals, emergency child recovery and much more. We can also assist with financial arrangements following divorce or separation. All our case workers are highly experienced in dealing with these situations and are further supported by an extensive network of expert professional associates with direct access to dedicated Family Law Barristers, available 24hrs a day.
Our aim is to guide our clients through the minefield that is the Family Law Court and to obtain the best possible outcome at a fraction of the cost of solicitors. We also understand that going through child separation is deeply distressing and can take a huge toll on mental health and wellbeing which is why the additional provision of emotional support is an integral part of our service.
Initial telephone consultations are free of charge to all new enquiries, and we offer a range of fixed fee, end-to-end case management packages with no hidden or extra costs.
If you, or anyone you know, is in need of some practical, trusted and confidential advice from a team of professionals who care, get in touch and let us help.Visit Website
Having successfully supported women for more than 25 years, independent national cancer support charity, Look Good Feel Better, introduced a programme in 2018 to support men undergoing cancer treatment. The programme was developed after extensive research highlighted a distinct lack of support for men living with cancer.
The charity holds ‘Skin Fitness’ workshops at local hospitals and cancer support centres, offering advice on skincare and shaving/grooming and problems that you may be facing as a result of your cancer treatment. Run by volunteer skincare experts and local barbers, it’s an opportunity to ask questions and meet others in a similar situation.
One beneficiary, Bob, comments: “It’s so good to finally see someone is taking an interest in the care and support available to men during and after treatment for cancer. It’s not easy for us guys to talk about skincare issues or to adopt any kind of routine. Advice was short and given by well-meaning female family members but as with all things cancer, it doesn’t always meet the need. Today, finally I met your team who not only empathised but gave good advice and were very supportive. ”
Other services include a ‘Manual for Men’, a detailed booklet provides expert information on skincare, shaving and grooming, oral health, how to dress/what to wear as well as advice on nutrition and fitness. A series of on-line tutorials covers information on how to manage dry skin, how to dress for your shape and how to disguise redness.Visit Website
“Men Who Talk” was founded in recognition of the need to engage men in the UK more with support services. Although men make up a significant number of referrals to mental health units, and suicide is the biggest killer of men under 45, many services still struggle to engage men in a meaningful way.
“Men Who Talk” offers a different, less intensive space where men can support each other online, sharing what they wish. This is not counselling or therapy, but a chance for men of all backgrounds to, through the power of chat and conversation, see that it is OK to receive help and to talk to others.Visit Website
The ManKind Project UK&I, a charity that supports all men to establish and pursue their own life purpose and nurture their emotional wellbeing. The ManKind Project UK&I is part of a global network that has been offering men transformational experiences and supporting them in confidential peer-facilitated men’s groups since 1984.Visit Website