A Father's Guide to Winning a Custody Battle Part 1 - The Men's Legal Center


Even though mothers are often seen as the nurturer, fathers, by choice or by necessity, are taking more active roles in child-rearing. 

Two factors to consider these days are the change in gender roles and the predominance of two working parents. Fathers are no longer bound by the constraints of being the sole bread winner.

It is important for fathers to remain connected in their children’s lives. Studies have shown that children who do not have their fathers present are more likely to go to prison, commit suicide, and have behavioral problems.  So, remember to stay connected, become involved, feed, and bathe them, take them to their appointments, and be engaged in their education and school activities.

Another important things fathers should do is take age-appropriate parenting classes.

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