Join the discussion
There are several ways to get involved with UKAP's objectives.
Firstly, please complete our survey, and let us know what your experience of PA has been like, and how your case has been handled by the Courts.
Next, contact us about anything you see on these pages – all comments are welcome and you should please contact us via our contact page.
Take a look at our ‘Template‘ PA case – we feel that this is a good example of how PA cases tend to go. UKAP'S argument is that, far from being complex, PA cases are usually very simple and involve themes that recur time and again – false allegations, obstruction of contact, refusal to comply with court orders and so on.
We are also canvassing the option of a class action against the UK Government. The thinking here is that the ‘system’ is inherently flawed and no longer fit for the purpose for which it was intended – to protect our children. CAFCASS make the same mistakes time and again, and are biased and under-trained. Judgements consistently lack robustness. The result of these systemic and institutional failures is widespread injustice for TPs and harm to our children.
Finally, please contribute to our news and blogs – your feedback will be invaluable.