Posts Tagged ‘divorced fathers’

Where Can Fathers Who Are in Arrears and Unemployed Get Help With Child Support?

Recently, the American legal system in reference to child support law is becoming increasingly complex due to the shear amount of reactionary laws concerning who pays child support, and the consequences of not paying child support. These laws are punitive. This means that they seek to punish those that are in arrears rather than obtaining […]

Divorce and Religion, Who Has the Right to Choose the Children’s Religion?

Divorced parents who want to do the best they can for their children must learn to cooperate with their former spouse. When there are differences in religion, this principle can be difficult to apply, but it is essential. Conflict over religion will often lead children to rejecting religion altogether. In this Divorced Fathers Rights guide we give […]

Holiday Survival Guide For Divorced Fathers

If you’re a divorced father, these tips will help you be the dad your kids need this holiday season. If both parents can keep in mind that the needs of the children should come first, you and their mother should be able to cooperate on a plan so that the kids enjoy the best of […]

Child Tax Breaks, Am I Eligible For Tax Breaks If I’m the Non-Custodial Parent?

If you are the non-custodial parent, you do have certain tax breaks for your children that are allowed by the IRS. Tax law varies significantly by state, but your state should allow some tax breaks. Visit your state’s website for details or consult your tax preparer for details. Let’s take it step by step. Most […]

Two Separate Homes, One Set of Rules, How To Agree On Discipline

Consistency in rules and discipline is very important for kids. Emotionally, they need limits and consequences, and they look to parents to provide these important qualities. Divorce can affect children in many different ways, so parents  must work together to come up with a plan for consistent discipline in their separate homes. In this Divorced Fathers […]

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 […]