Wikivorce is a volunteer run social enterprise, each year we provide free advice and support to over 50,000 people - which means we help people in 1 out of every 3 divorces in the UK. Wikivorce.com is the largest online divorce support community in the world with over 150,000 registered members.
The site provides a wide range of free support including:
UnLtd is a charity which supports social entrepreneurs - people with vision, drive, commitment and passion who want to change the world for the better. We do this by providing a complete package of funding and support, to help these individuals make their ideas a reality.
Nominet trust is a UK registered charity founded to provide support to organisations and projects working to increase access to the internet, online safety and education, and who apply an innovative use of the internet for achieving our charitable objectives.
Wikivorce was delighted to win a "Better Net Award" in 2010 from these two supportive charities.
The government's Child Maintenance Service sponsors and partners with Wikivorce to promote the Child Maintenance Options service.
Their staff regularly answer questions posed by community members in our forum.
In November 2012 the UK government launched a new Sorting Out Separation web app to help couples going through separation.
Wikivorce was a launch partner for this project and is prominently featured as a trusted source of support and advice.
Wikivorce is signposted on the main government gov.uk website as a useful resource for people trying to manage their own divorce process.
Our management team have worked closely with HM Courts Service and the Department Of Work and Pensions on various projects and initiatives.
The Money Advice Service divorce and separation website provides impartial information to help you with your finances if you are going through divorce or separation. The website was created by the UK's Consumer Finance Education Body, established by the Financial Services Authority.
NFM is a network of local not-for-profit Family Mediation Services in England and Wales which offers help to couples, married or unmarried, who are going through the process of separation or divorce. Their mediators help clients to reach joint decisions about the issues associated with their separation - children, finance and property
Relate is a national federated charity with over 70 years experience of supporting the nation’s relationships. Their services include relationship counselling for individuals and couples; family counselling; counselling for children and young people; and sex therapy. They also provide friendly and informal workshops for people at important life stages.