Welcome to the Unmarried and Separated Parent's of Ireland website.
Please browse through the 6 Sections on the Site Map above there are a number of sub folders contained in each section
( Some sections of this Website are under re construction we apologise for any disruption in the process )
||If you are a parent experiencing relationship difficulties you'll find plenty of useful information here.
We run weekly meetings throughout the year (except Bank Holiday Monday's and the entire month of August) at the following locations (click on the address for map and directions)
If issues arise over DNA or Parentage disputes you can avail of Testing at
https://www.ibdna.ie/services or Phone 1800-948-850
Monday 8pm to 10pm
Tuesday 8pm to 10pm
From Monday the 9Th of May our meetings will be held in Clarkes Phibsboro House Pub (Private Room) which is near Doyles Corner and Phibsboro Fire Station .
Please note: Our meeting takes place in a private room and there is no Alcohol allowed
No Meetings take place on Bank Holiday Mondays
No Meetings from last week in July to 1st Week in September.
|St. Aengus Community Centre,
No meetings from last week of July to first week in September.
There is a small contribution ( if you can afford it ) towards the running costs of our Office, Accountant, Phones, Printing and Insurance. We recieve no Core Funding. We are a not-for-profit organisation and nobody receives a salary. We are fully Tax Compliant.
"We need you to help us, help you, help us, help others"
"We are non Gender Based, Non Discriminatory and Non Judgemental"
“A Parent is for Life not just for Saturday”
|Volunteers are not Paid
Not because they are useless
It's because they are Priceless.
|A Book that is worth reading is
They're Your Kids Too
By Anne P. Mitchell Attorney at Law in the USA
If there is any doubt about Parentage and DNA you can get DNA testing done through the following link https://www.ibdna.ie/services Phone 1-800-948-850
Please make contact by E mail with general enquiries email@example.com
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