A common misconception is that the only “happy families” are two parents, still married and living together under one roof. However, each family is unique and it’s completely possible to be divorced and raise happy, well-rounded and healthy children.
However, studies show that after a divorce it’s most common for children to see their father less often than their mother. Children spending time with each parent equally is extremely important, especially after a divorce. The impact of having a less involved father-figure is eye-opening. In this “How important are dads?” infographic some of the facts about mental, emotional and even physical effects having a present father could have on a child are discussed.
Should you be contemplating divorce or in the midst of a divorce, contact the Law Offices of Renee Lazar either by email or telephone 978-844-4095, to schedule a free one hour no obligation consultation.