Our Dads’ FAQs feature information and guidance on a range of subjects, and are intended to help fathers who want to play an active role in their children’s lives. The information you will find here is updated periodically. We cannot claim that it is comprehensive, and please be aware that the Fatherhood Institute receives no funding to update its website, or to respond to fathers’ enquiries – so bear with us. We often receive telephone calls and email enquiries from dads and other family members, and this has helped shape the list of FAQs.
If you have a question and cannot find an answer here; if you think the information we have given is wrong; or if you find a link that’s no longer live; please email Jeremy Davies firstname.lastname@example.org.
Current FAQ sheets
The Fatherhood Institute is not able to help individual dads in contact disputes or having problems with the family courts. If you are in this situation please consult our list of useful organisations for separated families: Signposting for Separated Fathers.Tags: African-Caribbean fathers, Antenatal, Birth registration, Child protection, Children's centres, Domestic violence, Drugs and alcohol, Early years, Flexible working, For fathers, Imprisoned fathers, Maternity, Muslim fathers, New fathers, Parenting education, Paternity leave, Separated families