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How Fathers Can Talk to Their Children About Divorce: The Whole Story

Divorce can be a difficult topic for any father to discuss with their children. It’s hard to know what to say; you may feel like you’re betraying your spouse by talking to your kids about the divorce when things are still up in the air or they are not around. However, remember the fact that your children will be affected by the divorce whether you talk to them about it or not. Having an open and vulnerable discussion with your children can help them to understand what is happening and to cope with the changes that are taking place in


Helpful Tips for Fathers After Divorce

Fathers often feel inherently disadvantaged in the family court system, and navigating a complex divorce can be incredibly difficult for any father. However, once the divorce is over, they may look forward to starting a new chapter of their life. Nevertheless, divorce can present many long-term problems, and all fathers in this situation should know a few best practices that can potentially make post-divorce life a bit easier. All recently divorced fathers need to know a few important things they must address after divorce and the potential situations that may compel them back to family court in the future. These


5 Tips for Preparing a Father’s Custody Case

When it comes to your rights as a father, determining and solidifying your custody rights is extremely important, especially in a custody battle. Between primary custody, child support, and simple visitation schedules, the legal process can seem overwhelming. Your children are extremely important to you and taking care of them is part of being a father. To ensure that you have a successful custody case, proper preparation, along with understanding your case, is the easiest way to ensure you properly advocate for your parental rights in court. What Is Paternity? Traditionally determined by DNA testing, paternity is used as a


Family Law FAQs for Fathers

Many types of cases unfold in the family court system. If you face any type of legal matter involving your marriage, your children, or extended family members, the case will likely proceed through family court. Unfortunately, fathers have generally felt disadvantaged in family court proceedings over the past several decades, especially in divorce and child custody cases. Long-standing biased beliefs have influenced family court decisions against many fathers over the years. For example, many fathers lost custody of their children in divorce simply because they believed fathers should be breadwinners and mothers should be caregivers. Attitudes regarding parental roles have


Alternative Dispute Resolution FAQs for Divorcing Fathers

Approaching the family court system for a divorce as a father can be incredibly daunting. Historically, family court systems in the US have downplayed the roles of fathers and the importance of fatherly influence in children’s lives, and many US fathers feel inherently disadvantaged in family court proceedings. While attitudes regarding parental roles have shifted significantly in recent years, it is understandable for any father to feel uncertain about their impending divorce, especially regarding custody disputes. If you are a father preparing for divorce, it’s essential to know what to expect and the potential benefits that alternative dispute resolution could


Advantages of Legal Counsel for Divorcing Fathers

Fathers often feel inherently disadvantaged in the family courts of the United States, especially when it comes to divorce. For years, fathers have contended with outdated tropes and stereotypes, many of which have inhibited fathers from securing custody rights for their children or led to incredibly one-sided divorce orders in financial terms. Today, modern family courts are more aligned with maintaining fairness before outdated misconceptions about the roles of fathers and mothers in marriage. Despite this shift in attitudes, it is still essential for a father preparing for divorce to do everything they can to improve their legal situation as


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