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The Children’s Education Advisory Service

The Ministry of Defence's (MOD) Children's Education Advisory Service (CEAS) provides Service families with information and support regarding children's education. CEAS advise on education options in...


Dissolving a civil partnership (England and Wales)

You must have been in a civil partnership for at least a year before you can seek to officially dissolve it. You may not have to hire solicitors if you and your partner are able to agree privately on...


Armed Forces Covenant in Action

The Armed Forces Covenant ensures that those who have served, and their families, are treated fairly. Since the Covenant's launch in 2011, over 2000 national, regional, and local public and private...


Divorce and separation in Northern Ireland

A marriage or serious relationship coming to an end can be emotionally challenging. There are often many other details to sort out too, such as individual responsibilities and finances. It is...


Support for carers in Scotland

If you are a carer for someone with ill health, there is a range of practical help and emotional support available to you. Carers have rights protected by law, and are entitled to some practical and...


Access to emergency food supplies in England, Wales and Northern Ireland

If you need emergency food supplies, contact your local council or visit the Citizens Advice website to find a foodbank in your area. Foodbanks provide boxes of food donated by the public for those...


Armed Forces social support groups in Northern Ireland

Issues with drug or alcohol misuse, depression, PTSD, bereavement, domestic violence, and family troubles are difficulties that many in the Armed Forces community face. By finding support groups that...


Dealing with the practicalities of relationship breakdown

When a relationship has broken down there are many issues to be considered and practicalities that need to be dealt with. Typically, this may include: Living arrangements for children and the...


Access to emergency food supplies in Scotland

If you need emergency food supplies, contact your local council or visit the Citizens Advice website to find a foodbank in your area. Foodbanks provide boxes of food donated by the public for those...