Association for Shared Parenting

The Association for Shared Parenting exists to promote the right of children to the nurture of both parents after separation or divorce and to encourage and support parents in the fulfilment of that right.

What do we mean by Shared Parenting ?

An arrangement whereby children freely enjoy the love and nurture of both parents and their wider family following separation or divorce …it does mean that sufficient time is spent with each parent for the child to view each parent as a parent rather than an aunt or uncle.”(ASP definition of Shared Parenting as adopted by CAFCASS in 2004)

We are a registered charity whose work involves giving support to parents and members of the wider family who are worried about the welfare of their children after separation or divorce.ASP helps you focus on the needs of your child/children.ASP can :

  • provide guidance and strategies to re-establish or maintain contact with your children
  • provide assistance in drafting correspondence with courts,solicitors and ex partners

ASP's support also surrounds issues central to Family Law such as :

  • explaining how the court system works - step by step
  • advising you on how to prepare for a court hearing
  • helping you choose a solicitor or help you to represent yourself in court should you choose to do so
  • helping you prepare for meetings with CAFCASS

Support workshops are open to all. No appointment is needed - just walk in and take a seat. You will find a friendly welcome and other fathers and mothers who will understand your situation, as well as members who are very familiar with the workings of the court system and Cafcass. Sometimes a solicitor will also be present to contribute a legal opinion.

Offering online workshops sessions During Covid

Who to contact

024 7610 0130 024 7610 0130
National Shared Parenting website
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Where to go

Friends Meeting House
Hill Street
City Centre


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