You come home one day to your partner and child, but find an empty house, or the police were called and you were arrested, the police release you and you find your partner has disappeared with your child. This is the story our service users frequently tell us and they are desperate to find out what's happened to their child.
What should you do? - First things first, is there a chance your partner may go abroad with your child(ren)? If so you must act quickly, contact the police, perferably go and see them. Tell them you believe your ex may abduct your child abroad and ask them to put out an "all ports call". Take photos if you have them and their passport details if you know them. Read More
You've been separated for a while and you were able to see you kids, now suddenly your ex says you can't see them any more. Read More
What We Do
We are the UK's leading Shared Parenting charity, active since 1974. We believe in a responsible and collaborative approach, both for parenting and also when working for change. We support the end of hidden injustice and a fairer society.
Press Release 5th February 2020 Finland's government plans to give new fathers as much paid leave as mothers Finland is investing in children and families - the UK is lagging far behind UK's children are needlessly being deprived of the full benefits of both parents Paternity leave must be funded on a 'use-it or lose-it basis' Current parental leave policies do not reflect the diversity of modern family life