parent support network for international abduction and custody disputes
reunite started life in 1987. It is a parent support network formed by parents all trying to navigate their way through the legal minefield of international parental child abduction.
Registered as a charity in 1990 and over the years evolved and developed into an information and resource centre specialising in international parental child abduction and the movement of children across international borders.
We operate the only telephone advice line in the UK dedicated to international abduction and custody disputes.
We can also offer parents a truly specialist mediation service, born out of research undertaken by the reunite research unit.
Parental child abduction was always believed to be too contentious an issue to benefit from mediation. However, our initial research, and subsequent practice, has shown that with the help of our specialist mediators parents can resolve their issues and come to amicable agreements that best meet the needs of their family outside of a court setting.
We are committed to raising the profile of international parental child abduction on the international stage.
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