Being unfairly denied access to your child can be one of the most traumatic experiences of your life 

Fathers Rights Group was created by fathers, to help fathers, who either don't have the resources to get professional help, or who need additional emotional or practical support when trying to get access to their children restored.  
 
Losing access to your child can be a real shock to the system. Sadly, the current legal process can be extremely difficult, complex and expensive.  
 
Our aim is to make things more simplified and to act as a pillar of support so you can make better decisions when moving forward and learn from the first hand knowledge that we have. 
 
You're not alone. 

Do mothers and fathers have equal rights? 

Both mothers and fathers have equal rights when it comes to seeing their children - providing they both have parental responsible on the childs birth certificate. The reality however, couldn't be further from the truth. 
 
Over 3.8 million children are fatherless in the UK. (Fathers4Justice) 
 
This is a shocking statistic and there are many reasons why it's so high, however what we have seen is that is many cases, the system is biased in favour of mothers, and most of the support available from police, legal aid, support groups is tailored to women and not men. 
 
This sadly opens the door for many women to use it unfairly against their ex-partners, and is in fact a form of legalised domestic abuse against men, and of course the children suffer the most. 
 
We don't believe this kind of activity is always in the 'best interests of the child' and we're here to help give children a better chance of getting access to their fathers by giving fathers some of the tools and support they need when attempting to regain access. 

 Making good decisions matters...a lot. 

In our experience, from the very moment that a relationship begins to break down, all the way through to court hearings and beyond, having the right information and making smart choices matters...a lot
 
Quite simply, one of the biggest reasons that many children don't have access to their fathers is because of a lack of information or support added by a potential 'mental paralysis' and sense of having no hope against what is a very complex and somewhat biased system. 
 
Our aim isn't to guarantee any results, and we also need to make clear that we are not in any way legal advisors or qualified professionally to tell you what to do, however we can support you and give you our personal experience for you to make smarter decisions...at the right times. 

  Our Aims & How We Want To Help Fathers   

 
"For children to have more access to loving  
& caring fathers" 
 
 
"For children to grow up in a more balanced environment" 
 
 
"To end the legal tyranny against men" 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
"To prevent fathers being used excessively for money and going bankrupt to profit driven lawyers" 
 
 
"To avoid good fathers, and innocent children suffering unfairly" 
 
 
"To increase the levels of support available to men" 
 

 We provide help by giving friendly, confidential and non-judgemental support 

 
We have three key aims: 

Emotional support & advice 

To provide emotional & practical support via confidential telephone calls 

To help fathers make better choices 

To educate and help fathers in order for them to make 
better choices to give them a higher chance of seeing their children 

To put more kids into contact with loving fathers 

Enabling fathers to get better results by understanding the system 

  Emotional support & advice   

To provide emotional & practical support via confidential telephone calls 

   To help fathers make better choices   

To educate and help fathers in order for them to make better choices to give them a higher chance of seeing their children 

  To put more kids into contact with loving fathers   

Enabling fathers to get better results by understanding the system 

  We offer two key services that you can take advantage of now to help you on your journey:    

Discuss your situation confidentially 

Be informed via our ‘educate’ page 

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