The Game Changer Of Joint Custody

Law Blog

Many families throughout time have settled for a standard custody arrangement for divorces involving children. In these agreements, mothers usually take primary custody of kids while the father is left to see the kids once every weekend (or every other weekend). While this may be a perfectly fine solution from the mother's point of view, it can be especially taxing on the father to adapt to this schedule. Additionally, children involved in the process may have a hard time adjusting to the change and may suffer with psychological, behavioral, or other stress-related problems as a result.

17 December 2014