'The campaign will focus on media relations, targeting couples via print and broadcast media,' said Josephs.
A further phase will target support groups to make them more aware of the services provided by Advicenow, he added.
Its launch coincides with that of a 'family mediation helpline' for England and Wales on Thursday (11 May). The helpline, which is funded and run by the Department for Constitutional Affairs, was officially launched by Harriet Harman QC, ex-minister of state and former solicitor-general.
It will be staffed by operators trained to give troubled couples general advice on their rights and, if necessary, put them in touch with a local mediator.
Advicenow has written a guide to family mediation for the launch of the helpline. It is available from its website, advicenow.org.uk.
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