Cordell & Cordell published a new article explaining what say a child has in determining which parent he or she lives with after divorce. Depending on the age of the child, a court might consider their preference when determining custody, but parents should make sure the child is not placed in the middle of their conflict.
Dads Divorce added a new article about the public health risks caused by parental alienation. It is healthiest for children to have access to both parents after divorce, so removing one parent from the child’s life has the potential to contribute to a number of mental and physical health problems.
Men’s Divorce posted a new article detailing the benefits of seeing a counselor or therapist after divorce. The emotions of divorce can feel overwhelming, and seeing a licensed professional is one of the best ways to make sure you take care of your mental health during the process.
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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