Cordell & Cordell posted a new article about whether or not a child has any say in deciding which parent they live with following a divorce. A court might consider a child’s preference when determining custody, depending on the child’s age, but parents should be careful not to put their son or daughter in the position of having to choose one parent over the other.
Dads Divorce published a new article about the public health risks posed by parental alienation. Having access to both parents after a divorce is proven to be the healthiest post-divorce arrangement for children, so removing one parent from the child’s life increases the number of mental and physical health risks they face.
Men’s Divorce added a new article explaining the benefits of seeing a counselor or therapist after divorce. Divorce often creates a slew of emotions that can feel overwhelming. Seeing a licensed therapist or counselor is one of the most effective ways guys can get back on their feet following a breakup.
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Cordell & Cordell, Can A Child Choose The Custodial Parent?
Dads Divorce, Parental Alienation Considered A Threat To Public Health
Men’s Divorce, The Benefits Of Enlisting Therapy After Divorce