Family law advice line – Right of Women

Family law advice line

For advice on issues including:

  • domestic violence and abuse
  • divorce and civil partnership dissolution
  • relationship breakdown
  • issues relating to children, including parental responsibility, child contact and residence.

Call 020 7251 6577 (telephone) or 020 7490 2562 (textphone) on Mondays 7pm-9pm, Tuesdays 7pm-9pm, Wednesday 7pm-9pm, Thursday 7pm-9pm and Fridays 12noon-2pm More information can be found on Rights of Women website.


3 thoughts on “Family law advice line – Right of Women

  1. Child care proceeding I believe now the out come is already planned before it even goes to court, Solicitors who suppose to represent the victim of injustice I have grave doubt as to there educated standing of normal life. . Executives of local authorities know what children they need for their care corporate agencies supplies , so if a child or children or baby fit into that demand they will be taken by hook or by crook.
    Its been going on since 1948 and today 2014 no change it all needs real action not just talk you will hardly win a case if the Local authority want that child for its business customers agencies get very well paid no children no pay Corruption I have seen and watched it and there was hardly a thing I could do to stop it, but at least I tried and still are for ever more trying to return stolen children back home thousands of them
    Carefirst24 supplied bogus workers to sutton council police arrested many, but what damage have they done to families and children.
    Childrens social workers have offices inside Sutton Police station, which has shocked me, as to people getting fair justice against rogue social workers and their managers , I have now grave doubts people living in Sutton Surrey caught up in the mire of Sutton children’s services will never get fair and equal justice. In. 2011 there was hardly any fair justice then for many families and it looks like the same in 2014.


    1. We are convinced that children are identified for adoption at first contact with the family. In particular under 1 year old babies who are from parents with no history of mental health issues, no previous ss involvement, no drug or alcohol and no criminal background. Adopters are already lined up and may have been told that a child has been found for them. The private fostering and adoption agencies would be drooling over their clipboards like hungry predators.


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