Listed, below, are a number of organisations that can help parents as they deal with the transitions that family separation brings. It's a good idea to spend a little time looking at each of the sites so that you know what each of the services can offer.
A comprehensive range of support and information for families experiencing divorce or separation, whatever their circumstances.
CAB Advice Guide
The online CAB service that provides independent advice on your rights and practical, up-to-date information on a wide range of topics.
The Money Advice Service
Financial advice from the FSA with tips to help you get through this difficult time and stay on top of your money situation.
College of Mediators
The College of Mediators is a professional membership body for mediators. Find a family mediator in your area.
A website dedicated to helping separated dads to deal with the practical and emotional impact of separation and to parent effectively alone.
MATCH - mothers apart from their children
A much needed organisation dedicated to offering non-judgemental emotional support to mothers who are apart from their child for one or many complex reasons.
The Family Separation Clinic offers specialist services to families experiencing divorce or separation and to professionals who may be working with them.
Action for Prisoners' Families
The national voice of organisations supporting families of prisoners.
Shelter is a charity that works to alleviate the distress caused by homelessness and bad housing. They offer advice and information.
Free confidential, independent advice on dealing with debt.
Contact a Family provides support, advice and information for families with disabled children, no matter what their condition or disability.
Winston's Wish is a childhood bereavement charity and the largest provider of services to bereaved children, young people and their families in the UK.
This US site has a mission to decrease isolation for people who have parents who are lesbian, gay, bisexual or transgender (LGBT), and bring voice to their experiences.