Dad dot info
Free online course for separated parents
Forum - Ask questions. Get answers.
Free online course for separated parents
Notifications
Clear all

Free online course for separated parents. Click here

[Solved] FNF Branch Meetings

 
1626
 1626
(@1626)
Prominent Member Registered

Hi guys, have any of you been to either of the FNF branch meetings in Manchester & were they any good? An old friend of mine is needing support up there. I've read mixed reviews on branch meetings on here so thought would ask for him?

Quote
Topic starter Posted : 29/08/2014 5:54 pm
lifeneedsharmony
(@lifeneedsharmony)
Reputable Member Registered

Hi Ya,

I can't speak for your area but I always go to mine. Its a face to face version of this. I met my MF there! So helped play a part in my case.

ReplyQuote
Posted : 29/08/2014 5:55 pm

top tips to support your child after breakup

Nannyjane
(@Nannyjane)
Illustrious Member Registered

There are two in the area your asking about I think...I'll try and find out some more info about the organisers.

ReplyQuote
Posted : 29/08/2014 6:02 pm
1626
 1626
(@1626)
Prominent Member Registered

Thanks Life, it's not for me, it's for a friend of mine.

NJ, thank you, seems to be same organisers for both branches I think. Just a bit cautious about recommending due to other members experiences at some branches.

🙂

ReplyQuote
Topic starter Posted : 29/08/2014 6:06 pm

how contact centres work

lifeneedsharmony
(@lifeneedsharmony)
Reputable Member Registered

Hey 1626,

Just a quick thought, why not go along with your friend? (Obviously if you decide to recommend)

Mum likes to tag along to my meetings.

Just putting that out there.

HTH\

JT

ReplyQuote
Posted : 30/08/2014 2:05 am
1626
 1626
(@1626)
Prominent Member Registered

Thanks, I live about 5 hours away from my friend so that isn't really an option. He knows I've been supporting my partner through his case so asked if I could give him some advice. Obviously I can email / phone him but I just thought attending an FNF meeting might give him a bit of extra support and the chance to meet other parents in the same position.

I've also advised him to join the forum, he's been reading through posts and taking advice that way but, like my partner, he doesn't like to post himself.

I think he's going to go along to the meeting anyway & my partner's MF has found him a local one to assist with his hearings, his case is relatively straight forward so I'm sure he will be fine eventually.....

ReplyQuote
Topic starter Posted : 30/08/2014 12:47 pm

Nannyjane
(@Nannyjane)
Illustrious Member Registered

Can't find out too much about them but Manchester is a big city so I would imagine they are on the ball or they wouldn't survive.

Great that he's found some help through your partners MF...you should be getting a referral fee at this rate! Lol

ReplyQuote
Posted : 30/08/2014 3:09 pm
1626 and 1626 reacted
Jasey78
(@Jasey78)
Estimable Member Registered

@1626

I myself have attended the Manchester FNF meetings, and i found the advice very valuable, I once thought my case was dead on till FNF Manchester informed me otherwise. They more or less have a solicitor/barrister there which are very helpful. A guy called Charles Moore chairs the meetings here is his contact number 07720867570. and a link for FNF http://www.fnf-manchester.org.uk/

All the best fella!

ReplyQuote
Posted : 30/08/2014 3:31 pm
1626, Nannyjane, 1626 and 1 people reacted

top tips to support your child after breakup

1626
 1626
(@1626)
Prominent Member Registered

Thanks all....

NJ, I got an email today saying I will be on commission soon haha!

ReplyQuote
Topic starter Posted : 30/08/2014 9:15 pm
ConcernedFather
(@concernedfather)
New Member Registered
Posted by: @Jasey78

@1626

I myself have attended the Manchester FNF meetings, and i found the advice very valuable, I once thought my case was dead on till FNF Manchester informed me otherwise. They more or less have a solicitor/barrister there which are very helpful. A guy called Charles Moore chairs the meetings here is his contact number 07720867570. and a link for FNF http://www.fnf-manchester.org.uk/

All the best fella!

Dear Dads,

Please take care and be advised, this Charles Moore / Charlie Moore from Warrington was supposed to support with family law and asked me for money to give to barristers. I have never seen the money again which he promised to return. Avoid this scammer.

I've contacted FNF, I've put a CCJ on Charles Moore / Charlie Moore and doing everything I can so this doesn't happen to anyone else.

He's been traced at the moment since he gives false addresses and moves around a lot. FNF officer has told me they find it disgusting that someone does this.

He is not involved with FNF Manchester or Families Need Fathers anymore.

I have been told that what has happened to me, also happened to more people however it's not reported publicly.

He was also involved in a company that has been terminated:

https://find-and-update.company-information.service.gov.uk/company/10187181/persons-with-significant-control

Contact me if you have more information.

This post was modified 8 months ago by ConcernedFather
ReplyQuote
Posted : 25/01/2022 11:51 am

how contact centres work

JaneWestern
(@janewestern)
New Member Registered

@concernedfather seen your post. please can you contact me.

ReplyQuote
Posted : 23/09/2022 6:04 pm

Free online course for separated parents. Click here

Share:

Pin It on Pinterest