Trusted McKenzie Friend Jake Tutt  
About Jake Tutt
Arising from a foundation of service, Jake embarked on his path at the age of sixteen, enlisting in the distinguished British Army as a member of The Armed Forces.

Transitioning from his military engagement, Jake directed his expertise towards the
Hampshire and Isle of Wight Fire and Rescue Service, where he was positioned at the Fire and Police Headquarters. His path extended further with a pivotal role at Hampshire County Council, where he refined his focus on the financial and business dimensions within the SEN Service for Children Services.

Today, Jake has trained and become a member of the McKenzie Friend UK Network. Jake's mission has evolved to provide crucial assistance to individuals traversing the often-intricate path of the Family Court process. Operating in the South East region, his aspiration is to offer support and guidance to those in need. Acknowledging the immense
challenges and impact that legal proceedings can have, Jake is committed to simplifying and streamlining the journey for his clients.

At the core of Jake's approach lies the establishment of a strong foundation of trust and communication with his clients. He aims to create a welcoming space where individuals can find solace in being heard and understood. Recognizing that communication is pivotal, he ensures his clients are well-informed and prepared for the road ahead.

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
Campaign #lightnothate