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Netlaw is a forum and information resource offering support to those experiencing relationship and family problems, with the aim of bridging the gap between those requiring assistance and the professionals able to offer expert advice, allowing people, both professional and public alike, to engage directly. Browse articles and blogs from professionals, post messages on the notice boards, join or start groups that might be of interest to you and connect.

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Netlaw is a forum and information resource offering support to those experiencing relationship and family problems, with the aim of bridging the gap between those requiring assistance and the professionals able to offer expert advice, allowing people – both professional and public alike – to engage directly. Browse articles and blogs from professionals, post messages on the notice boards, join or start groups that might be of interest to you and connect.

Our consortium of family law firms and specialist individual from across the sector provide straightforward, no-nonsense advice and guidance in your time of need. UK legal aid cuts have created legal barriers for many families and couples across the country who cannot afford to discuss their options with a high-quality representative before attending court. Not only is this damaging for our democracy, but it may also place limitations on areas of law and the coverage of family law disputes across the country – social welfare legal assistant, for example, has incurred significant decline.

Netlaw is supported by specialist solicitor, Paul Summerbell, who has 21 years’ experience in all courts and levels of representation. The platform’s overriding mission is to provide fair and equal family law services that do not discriminate based on your financial situation, acumen or issue. We understand that every case is unique, which is why our distinct forums are open, inclusive and available 24 hours a day. Respect for the law must align

We anticipate that membership will grow rapidly from public and professional participation as direct interaction between a professional and their client can make a huge difference. Public membership registration is completely free. All Netlaw members can begin to connect with and use our website from day 1 to access the information and support they need.

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    <span style=”font-family: Calibri, sans-serif; font-size: 11pt;”>We have a case where a boyfriend of the resident parent moved into the family home. The estranged parent voiced concerns about the risks to his child. From experience we have had a father’s “Right to know” under Clare’s Law, denied. Frankly, I am hoping to avoid a confrontation…[Read more]

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    paul summerbell replied to the topic please help advice in the forum Children 4 days, 22 hours ago · 

    Your situation seems very difficult.

    I note that you have attempted mediation and therefore you will need to obtain the FM1 from from the mediator. The application that you need to make to the court is called a child arrangements order (Section 8 of the Children Act 1989). The form that you need to complete can be downloaded from the internet…[Read more]

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    Partog replied to the topic please help advice in the forum Children 1 week, 2 days ago · 

    Someone from the legal profession will advise you soon. This a very sad case that happens hundreds of times per day in British Family Courts. Per Capita, the UK separates more children from parents, committing more human Rights Violations than China.

    I am an Expert Witness on young people with behaviour and emotional problems. First take Legal…[Read more]

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    The scenario you describe seems to suggest that you wish to relocate closer to a family support network. If this is so I presume that you are considering relocating to Essex or Northern Ireland which is within the UK and therefore you are looking at the possibility of internal relocation.

    With this in mind I can say that legally relocation is…[Read more]

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    I am unable to help with legal implications and procedures but I can offer a choice of options based on the information you provided.

    1) You would need solid evidence of abuse that would ideally include recorded video/audio on a phone or computer. Even this might not be enough but it would be a bargaining tool to negotiate with him. Ideally a…[Read more]

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    Clean break needed from emotionally abusive ex husband? Kids involved.

     

    My wife’s emotionally abusive ex husband has been persistently disriptuptive in our lives he is a sociopathic narcissist who gets a kick out of bullying others. The man continues to send abusive bullying texts/messages and phone calls to my wife, the only reason we can’t…[Read more]

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