The not-for-profit organisation, funded by the Department for Constitutional Affairs, is keen to ensure the review fully covers the financial hardship suffered by parents and children during break-ups. The report is published later this month.
The agency’s first task will be to kick off the third year of the charity’s Living Together campaign.
The extended brief will also see Amazon highlighting Advicenow’s service to lower-income parents, young childless couples, and couples in their second marriages.
Amazon won Advicenow’s consumer family mediation brief earlier this month (PRWeek, 12 May).
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