Fathers Access Rights
At Fathers Access Rights we specialise in helping divorced or separated fathers who are experiencing problems with access their children. Using our expert advice, a great deal of fathers have been able to see their children. A postive male role model is very help and families do need fathers but some absent fathers are still not given the right to access to their kids. This is where help and our aim is to help reunite fathers with their children.
Access to your children is important and this contact is essential. Being an absent father should not just mean an expensive, scary process that has been a feature of family courts for such a long time fathers access after divorce.
There are very active organisations trying to get change such as Families Need Fathers and Fathers for Justice and similar bodies. Through hard work they have been trying to facilitate changes in the legal process to ensure equal rights for fathers. They simply want justice and for fathers to be able to contact their children and have normal, basic parental rights. Father Access Rights .co.uk believes families benefit from having postive fathers and actively promotes justice for fathers.
You will witness our different and entirely confidential and thorough process which has been we have been extremely successful in reuniting children in England and Wales with absent fathers regardless of where they live.
If you need advice then please do not hesitate to contact us! If you are determined to achieve contact with your children without hefty legal bills, then do please give us a call or email us. For a TOTALLY FREE INITIAL CONSULTATION then contact Peter Flynn via the site, or by a telephone call.
The law, as it is today, can severely punish absent and divorced / separated fathers: We will do our very best to help you.
What are my qualifications for helping you with your Fathers Access Rights?
Since 1977 I have been a probation officer involved on a part time basis in family court work. In 1991 I was appointed to be a court welfare officer, dealing exclusively with family court matters; I was one of the first court welfare officers involved in the process of in court mediation in England and Wales and practised it at a time when it was unheard of in most areas. Court Welfare changed to CAFCASS and I was part of the transition to the new service. I remained in CAFCASS until I took early retirement in February 2002 and started Fathers Access Rights co.uk. This means that in the last 15 years I have been involved exclusively in the law about children, in continuous court practice, in mediation, in dealing with solicitors, barristers and judges, and above all – a great advantage over solicitors – in dealing with the children themselves, and their wishes and feelings and well being. I have also dealt with both sides to the disputes and have seen the anguish caused to children and parents by such disputes. The basic principle I have always followed is that unless there are proven reasons of personal safety or serious emotional damage, (both extremely rare), both parents should be equal in the eyes of any child.
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