Posts Tagged ‘child custody’

Child Support Isn’t Being Used for the Kids- What to do

You’ve been court ordered to pay child support every month and whenever you see your ex, it’s apparent that it is not being used for the kids. How do you handle this type of situation, and is there any recourse? First, you need to look at the circumstances all together, such as how do you […]

How to Avoid Becoming a By-Stander in Your Divorce Case

When it comes to divorce, it’s something that millions of people face each and every year. In fact, divorce is often the most prevalent legal issue in the country with millions of people going through it annually. Because of the immense amount of divorces in the country, it’s important to realize that going through your […]

Top Reasons That Fathers Are Now Getting More Child Custody

Whenever there’s an issue of custody the mother typically had nothing to worry about. Women were always given custody over men because it was the mother’s job to raise the children. The basis for this was the fact that mothers did all the child rearing while the man went and made the paycheck. Since that […]

How Is Child Custody Decided If You Are Not Married?

Unfortunately, child custody cases between non-married parents is on the rise. When the parents have not been married, certain special factors are considered, but the process of determining custody is quite similar to cases of divorce. If you are an unmarried parent, the best case scenario is to work out the situation with the other […]

How Do Custody Battles Affect the Child?

Custody battles can be very bitter and have a significant negative impact on children. While kids are often quite resilient, they don’t have the emotional maturity to handle an ugly divorce, and many things can arise that cause lasting damage. In this Divorced Fathers Rights articles, we take a look at how custody battles affect children […]