Families Need Fathers

Parental divorce or separation should not mean that children lose the love and care of one of their parents – Keeping Children and Parents in Contact since 1974

  • Families Need Fathers seeks to obtain, for the children, 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 … (about 1/2).
  • Download and/or print one of our general information leaflets.

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Addresses (1 of 2): National office: Families Need Fathers, 134 Curtain Road, London, EC2A 3AR, UK;
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About 2/2: … Families Need Fathers is firstly a social care organisation,  helping parents whose children’s relationship with them is under threat. We offer  information, advice and support services for  parents on how to do the best for their children. We are the only organisation that provides these services on a national basis.

Our support services win widespread praise, from, for instance, Dame Elisabeth Butler-Sloss, former President of the Family Division of the High Court and Deidre Sanders, trustee of the National Family and Parenting Institute and Britain’s most respected Agony Aunt. We also pleased and proud to have The Rt Hon David Blunkett, Dr Hamish Cameron and Nigel Planer as our patrons.
Families Need Fathers also lobbies in a professional and highly effective way for changed legal and social attitudes. We have regular contact with politicians, the judiciary and the media.  Our immediate priorities are getting courts orders for shared residence, improvements in the time children are allowed to spend with their ’second parent’, more effective action taken when one parent defies a court order requiring them to allow their children a relationship with the other parent, and replacing adversarial court hearings over children-matters with child-centred discussion.

FNF depends on subscriptions and donations for a substantial amount of its work. Membership costs less than the price of one letter from a solicitor – a modest price for access to our additional services and support for our work.

Click here to download and/or print one of our general information leaflets – ideal if you’d like to help someone without internet access learn about our work.

Registered charity number: 276899

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