How to Avoid Being an “Every Other Weekend” Father

Fathers can get hit from both sides when going through a divorce. Quite often fathers find themselves continuing to provide financial support, while being denied meaningful time with their children. Fathers can make the mistake of entering into bad agreements, just for the sake of settling the case and establishing a “new normal” for their family.

The impact a father has on his children’s lives should not be devalued. When a father chooses to leave his family for one reason or another, the effect can be astounding.

Remember – both parents have an equal right to their children until the court says otherwise. This guide will help you make the decisions that are best for your case and ensure that you maintain your custody rights throughout the divorce process.


How to Avoid Being an “Every Other Weekend” Father

Fathers can get hit from both sides when going through a divorce. Quite often fathers find themselves continuing to provide financial support, while being denied meaningful time with their children. Fathers can make the mistake of entering into bad agreements, just for the sake of settling the case and establishing a “new normal” for their family.

The impact a father has on his children’s lives should not be devalued. When a father chooses to leave his family for one reason or another, the effect can be astounding.

Remember – both parents have an equal right to their children until the court says otherwise. This guide will help you make the decisions that are best for your case and ensure that you maintain your custody rights throughout the divorce process.

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