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Sorting out Separation

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The Sorting out separation web app is the first place to look for anyone needing help and support after separation.

It will help you:

  • Work out what areas you need help with as a separated parent
  • Find information on a range of issues such as parenting apart, housing, money and employment
  • Find other tools, services and expert organisations that can provide more specialist support
  • Be inspired to find the right support by listening to other separated parents stories.

The web app is part of the Help and Support for Separated Families network, which aims to help separated parents work together to achieve what’s best for their children.

Start sorting out separation today

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