The post-divorce period can be an overwhelming time for single parents. In an effort to ease this transition, our Banbury family law lawyers have put together a vast array of resources that can be accessed by families in need. With the combination of government and private providers, essential services such as housing, job training, budgeting and parenting workshops are readily available.
With our support, single parents can now enjoy a smoother post-divorce lifestyle, knowing that assistance is readily available to them.
“Love comes naturally to most parents, but everyone faces difficulties at some point – from babies who will not sleep at night, toddlers who throw tantrums to unruly teenagers. The Sunshine Centre offers a rolling program of parenting courses throughout the year, programmes which build on parents’ individual skills so they can give their children the best start in life.”
If you experience a mental health crisis at the weekend, you can self refer to Banbury Safe Haven by calling 01295 270 004.
Safe Haven is a non-clinical, face to face safe space to get short-term support in mental health crisis when other services are not available. Open Friday, Saturday, Sunday, Monday 6pm-10pm. To access please call using the referral line (open from 5pm, last entry 9pm).
Qwell offers free, safe and anonymous mental wellbeing support for adults across the UK. There a variety of anonymous support options to meet your needs including on-line messaging, booked and drop-in chat, therapeutic content, community support and personal development tools.
Visiting Stowe Family Law divorce lawyers Banbury
Check out the Banbury Family Lawyers page on the Stowe Family Law website, here you will find information about what a family law lawyer in Banbury’s responsibilities may be and what kind of things you may expect from working towards a family lawyer career in Banbury.
Amanda has particular expertise in resolving mid to high value financial disputes on divorces involving complex issues such as fraud, overseas assets, business assets and interveners. Amanda is Managing Partner, covering Stowe's Oxford and Reading offices.