Trusted McKenzie Friend Curtis Clarke  
About Curtis Clarke:
I am a conscientious professional with extensive experience in education and sports coaching.

I have over fourteen years of experience working in education. I specialise in pastoral care and the roles that I have held such as Head of Year and Assistant Headteacher have given me opportunities to support parents and their children.

As a judo coach I have supported adults and children to make progress in the sport as well as with their self-discipline, physical and mental health.

I have experienced the negative impact the Family Court process can have on the lives of children and all those involved. I feel passionate about providing support and guidance to assist you in making informed decisions.

Judo means ‘gentle way’ and this is the approach I adopt as a McKenzie Friend. To assist you to be confident in court I will support you to consider a gentle approach to Family Court proceedings to deescalate the conflict that has arisen.

I am an active listener and will support you to navigate through Family Court.

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  Karren F about McKenzie Friend Curtis Clarke

Curtis was a very calm and confident influence on me. I did feel a bit confused at times and Curtis was able to talk me through the whole procedure and produce a timeline for me which really helped. His was able to tidy up all my correspondence with the opposing solicitor who was very difficult. Before and during court he was great at boosting my confidence and guiding me. The talk afterwards was also constructive as I was not given an easy time.

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  Sam S about McKenzie Friend Curtis Clarke

I can't emphasize enough how invaluable Curtis has been to me, and how grateful I am for his advice and support. I was riddled with worry that I would 'Do Something Wrong', or make a mistake that would have a negative impact on mycase. I truly doubt my application for Family Court would have gone through as smoothly as it did if Curtis hadn't been kind enough to generously looked over my applications (and patiently answer far too many emails filled with questions from me).Most Importantly: Curtis never let me forget that 'It's For The Children, Not The Parents', which really is the best advice someone can give a parent. So my thanks to Curtis, and the kind support that McKenzie Friend Service provided in connecting me with Curtis. I will certainly remember it for the future, and I will be adding the McKenzie Friend Service to my list of 'Worthy Charities' that I donate to.I really can't express how much difference the support made. Thank you kindly to Curtis and the McKenzie Friend Service.

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  Steve R about McKenzie Friend Curtis Clarke

Curtis Clarke's exceptional support as a McKenzie Friend surpassed all expectations. His reliability and dedication were evident throughout, providing invaluable advice on a non-molestation order. Curtis's non-judgmental nature and willingness to go the extra mile, offering both professional guidance and personal support, were truly remarkable. His professionalism and commitment ultimately led to the successful outcome I desired. Curtis Clarke is a standout McKenzie Friend, and I cannot recommend his services highly enough.

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Philip Kedge is a retired police Chief Inspector and the founder and director of the McKenzie Friend UK Network. His aim is to take family court matters out of the hands of lawyers with an ethical business to reduce conflict and acrimony, to provide access to cost effective McKenzie Friend national services and to reduce the emotional harm to children.
Phil is the founder of the National
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