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NOW CLOSED: Separated from a partner (with children involved) - please take a super quick survey for MNHQ

(8 Posts)
AnnMumsnet (MNHQ) Fri 16-Nov-12 13:43:44

Here at MNHQ we are talking to the government about various issues and want to canvass opinion about a number of topics, including separating families.

The survey is open to any Mumsnetters who have ever separated from their spouses/ partners (whether married, unmarried or civil partnership) - and had children involved somehow

If this is you please answer the survey questions here.

As well as our eternal thanks - if you complete the survey and add your details at the end we will enter you into this months MN comps. NB: It's one entry per MNer per comp only so if you've already entered we will have to de-dup the list when it comes to selection time. Also - there's an additional prize draw for this survey where one winner who completes this survey will get a £100 Amazon voucher as a token of thanks.

Here's the link again

PS If you've already done this survey via the panel please don't do it again.

Ahardyfool Fri 16-Nov-12 13:47:30

Oh my! I am absolutely completing this survey, but also EXTREMELY interested to hear more about this as being in that very situation has has a lifelong impact on me and my DC.

Affects finaces, employment, health and relationships...

CuriosityKilledTheCrap Sat 17-Nov-12 19:59:23


Happylander Mon 19-Nov-12 13:07:02

done and looks very interesting and I would like to give something like this ago and see if it helps my ex be a bit more responsible towards his parenting duties. However, no doubt like everything else he would just refuse.

StewieGriffinsMom Mon 19-Nov-12 16:44:59

Message withdrawn at poster's request.

BOFingSanta Mon 19-Nov-12 18:43:27

I'm horrified that MN is even considering touching this idea with a shitty stick. That's about all I can say without getting rude.

FastidiaBlueberry Mon 19-Nov-12 19:28:48

Who is the father's rights organisation you are talking to, Mumsnet?

StewieGriffinsMom Mon 19-Nov-12 21:06:17

Message withdrawn at poster's request.

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