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Families Need Fathers

Families Need Fathers (FNF) works to ensure that children are able to maintain a meaningful relationship with both parents and their wider family following divorce and separation. FNF provide information and support to families and work with the government, judiciary and the legal profession to raise awareness of the issues faced by separating families. There is a helpline available 7 days a week for guidance and emotional support.

FNF members have access to the online Forum, pro bono solicitor clinics and Family law information including free fact sheets on a range of issues such as Parental Responsability, Representing yourself etc. FNF has nearly 50 UK wide branches where help and support is available and some also arrange events such as Fathers Day boat trips etc.There is a small annual fee visit the FNF website for details and further information on the many benefits of membership www.fnf.org.uk .

Who to contact

Telephone
0300 0300 363
0300 0300 110
E-mail
admin@fnf.org.uk

Where to go

Address
134 Curtain Road
London
London
Postcode
EC2A 3AR
Notes

Admin office only - you obtain help/support through the FNF branch network see below:

Time / Date Details

Session Information
Office hours 9.30am - 4.30pm Monday - Friday

Other Details

Costs

Additional Charges
FNF membership costs £39 (less if you are renewing). This is less than a few minutes of a typical solicitor's time - and could save you a fortune!

Availability

Referral required
No
Referral Details

The FNF branch network or members online Forum - including an online solicitor - is where you obtain specific help pertinent to your situation. We are unable to give advice on individual cases sent via email or letter or by telephone as each situation is different and complex and FNF administration do not have the time or resources to do so. http://www.fnf.org.uk/help-and-support-2/local-branch-meetings There is also useful information that you can download free of charge in the members area of the FNF website.

Other notes
FNF branches meet at different days and times of the month. Some branches meet weekly, others twice a month and others monthly.

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