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Most divorced fathers don't see their kids more than once a week

Thinking that it's hard for fathers to stay involved with their children after a divorce? You're not wrong. One study found that fathers who didn't live under the same roof as their children tended not even to see them more than one time per week. A mere 22 percent exceeded even that slim level of contact.

6 factors that can influence child custody cases

As a father, you hope for nothing more than to spend time with your kids. You and your spouse are getting divorced, but you don't want that to essentially be the end of your time with them. You want to stay involved. You want to see them grow and develop. You want that relationship to stay strong.

Women's changing workplace roles alter men's roles with kids

Fathers' roles with their children have been changing, some experts claim, as many fathers are involved more in caring for and nurturing their children. Long thought of as the role of mothers, fathers in recent years have shown that they can take on those same tasks and raise well-adjusted children.

Parenting time: The little things matter

Want to make your parenting schedule work after you and your spouse get divorced? Remember that the little details matter. When setting up your parenting plan, consider the small ways that you can make things go smoothly.

Frequent visitation aids in childhood development

Childhood development experts note that kids need to be involved with both parents in order to undergo normal development. While this is important at any age, it's especially critical for the formative years between 6 years old and 12 years old.

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