Monday, June 4, 2012

Noncustodial Parents Face Extra Challenges to Stay Involved With Their Kids

The prevalence of divorce causes the separation of many parents from their children. That makes it more difficult for both parents to have the same quantity and quality of time with their children. This is regardless of the level of custody.

Relocation adds another caveat. The economy drives some families to move where there are more job opportunities. Some divorcees desire to be closer to other friends or family members, especially elder parents who may need extra care.  The added distance creates another challenge. Now 1 parent has to either drive farther or fly, both of which add time and money spent. This doesn't include the time or money the parent desires to spend with the child.

Stepfamily Australia - http://stepfamilyaustralia.posterous.com - The prevalence of divorce causes the separation of many parents from their children. That makes it more difficult for both parents to have the same quantity and quality of time with their children. This is regardless of the level of custody. Relocation adds another caveat. The economy drives some fa ...

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