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How we can help
If your relationship has broken down, we can explain your rights, for example whether you can stay in the family home or who the children should live with. We can also offer advice about how to deal with things like making a will, registering a birth, changing your name and where else to go for help.
“Thank you for so much for being so helpful. The lady I spoke to was so kind and just couldn’t do enough and I felt she was so genuine and caring and it really helped lift me at a very very difficult time in a supportive and ultimately practical way.”
We can help with:
- Marriage and civil partnerships
- Coping with the end of a relationship
- Helping people in care
- Dealing with death and wills
- Domestic violence and abuse
- Issues around children and young people
- Advice for carers.
For information about local services that can offer wider support for example for carers, families living with addiction or coping with bereavement or family breakdown go to Uttlesford Frontline.