Where we are unable to act in a matter we will provide details of an appropriate alternative provider, or alternatively you can contact the Law Centres Network on 020 3627 1330 to locate your nearest Law Centre.

Name of firm Telephone number Description, if any
Gingerbread 0808 802 0925 A national charity which provides advice and practical support for single parents
Family Rights Group 0808 801 0366 A charity that advises families in England and Wales whose children are in need, at risk or are in the care system
Rights of Women 020 7251 6577 (National Line) Telephone advice line providing free and confidential legal advice to women on:
▪ domestic violence and abuse
▪ divorce, finance and property on relationship breakdown
▪ cohabitation, finances and property on relationship breakdown
▪ parental responsibility and arrangements for children
▪ lesbian parenting
020 7608 1137 (London Line)
Contact 0808 808 3555 A national charity that exists to support the families of disabled children whatever their condition or disability, through guidance and information
Working Families 0300 012 0312 A charity which gives parents/carers advice on employment rights and in-work benefits, maternity and paternity leave, flexible working options and maternity discrimination.
Coram Children’s Legal Centre 0300 330 5485 A charity providing free legal information, advice and representation to children, young people, their families, carers and professionals, as well as international consultancy on child law and children’s rights
Centre for Women’s Justice A charity bringing together specialist lawyers, academics and other experts in the field of violence against women to bring strategic law challenges and ensure access to justice for victims of male violence.
Refuge 0808 200 247 Supporting those who have experienced violence and abuse – domestic violence, sexual violence, ‘honour’ based violence, forced marriage, FGM, human trafficking or modern slavery.
0808 801 0327 (Mens advice line)
Grandparents Plus 0300 123 7015 A charity dedicated to supporting kinship carers – grandparents and other relatives raising children who aren’t able to live with their parents.
Resolution 020 3841 0300 An organisation of lawyers and other professionals who believe in a constructive, non-confrontational approach to family law matters.
Civil Legal Advice  0345 345 4 345