Here are a few links that you may find useful:
The UK Supreme Court is the final court of appeal in the UK for civil cases (that includes family law cases).
Her Majesty’s Courts Service is an executive agency of the Ministry of Justice. The Courts Service is responsible for managing the magistrates’ courts, the crown court, country courts, the High Court and the Court of Appeal. You can find court forms and leaflets and a lot more information on this website.
Europa is the official website of the European Union and provides access to information published by all EU institutions, agencies and bodies. You can find EU regulations that apply to your case on this website.
The International Academy of Matrimonial Lawyers is a worldwide association of family lawyers who are recognised by their peers as the most experienced and expert family law specialists in their respective countries. The website helps you find family lawyers all over the world.
Relate is a charity which offers counselling to couples.
The website of the Legal Services Commission contains information on legal aid. It explains what legal aid is and who is eligible.
The Law Society is the representative body of solicitors in England and Wales.
Resolution is the national organisation of family lawyers committed to promoting a non-confrontational approach to divorce, separation and other family problems.
CAFCASS, which stands for The Children and Family Court Advisory and Support Service, is an independent non-departmental public body who looks after the interest of children who are involved in family court proceedings.
The website of the Child Support Agency contains information about who can apply for child maintenance, how to apply for child maintenance and how child maintenance is calculated.