For single-parent families struggling post-divorce, our Nottingham family law lawyers have compiled a list of valuable resources. From job training and parenting workshops, to educational opportunities and psychiatric counselling, both governmental and private organisations offer a wide range of free services to assist families with adjusting to the new dynamics of post-divorce living.
Moreover, legal advice and assistance is readily available to guarantee the needs of all family members are met. These resources ensure that no single-parent family struggles alone and that all family members receive the necessary support to thrive.
Nottinghamshire city council – Children’s centre service
“The Children's Centre has been so welcoming to me and my foster children. The workers are fantastic with not only my children but all children. There is no judgement for the children's behaviour however 'creative' they are being”
“Step Forward Money Advice is a free and confidential debt and budgeting advice service. No matter how big or small your debt or financial worry is, whatever your background and circumstances, we are here to help.”
The Nottinghamshire Mental Health Helpline offers access to support for people who need emotional support or information about their mental health. The service works alongside the Nottinghamshire Crisis Line, providing personalised advice, emotional support and information on coping mechanisms. Our service also provides access to our online self-help content through Find Out More and Bite-size options. The service is now available 24/7.
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 our Nottingham family law solicitors
If you are going through a difficult divorce, talk to our expert family law lawyers in Nottingham for advice, support and expertise. Our family law lawyers Nottingham will be here to listen and help, whether you have financial problems or custody agreement battles.
Suite 203, Chiltern House, St Nicholas Court, Nottingham NG1 7AR
Our office is located in the city centre, in St Nicholas Court. Parking is available in the Maid Marian Way NCP just a short 2 minute walk from the office.
Beth is highly experienced in all areas of family law with specific focus on financial and property disputes arising from divorce and child arrangements. Beth is Managing Partner at our Midlands offices, which includes Nottingham, Derby and Birmingham.