“What about me?” Reframing Support for Families following Parental Separation

Posted 19th November 2020

This report highlights unfinished business from the landmark Children Act 1989 and brings together key voices over recent years all focused on finding better ways to achieve good co-parenting between separated parents. It emphasises that many of the 40% of separating parents who turn to the Family Court instead of making decisions between themselves about their children, have relationship issues rather than legal issues. Family Hubs are key access points where they can receive the relational help they need and ease pressure on the courts.

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